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PyPI - the Python Package Index

The Python Package Index is a repository of software for the Python programming language. There are currently 119813 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


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To use a package from this index either "pip install package" (get pip) or download, unpack and "python setup.py install" it.

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Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". You can also use twine! The index hosts package docs. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-10-20 djangorestframework-simplejwt 3.1 A minimal JSON Web Token authentication plugin for Django REST Framework
2017-10-20 libsubmit 0.2.2 Uniform interface to clouds, clusters, grids and supercomputers.
2017-10-20 p4rr0t007 0.3.3 h1gh lEv3l fl4sk 4 h4x0rs
2017-10-20 pyCatapult 0.1.31 Python Interface to ECRS Catapult
2017-10-20 onelogin 1.0.0 OneLogin Python SDK. Use this API client to interact with OneLogin's platform
2017-10-20 pyconfiglib 1.1.8 Configuration for python made easy
2017-10-20 ccxt 1.9.220 A JavaScript / Python / PHP cryptocurrency trading library with support for 85+ exchanges
2017-10-20 ndex2-dev 0.0.1b16 Nice CX Python includes a client and a data model.
2017-10-20 pyexcel-webio 0.1.3 A generic request and response interface for pyexcel web extensions.
2017-10-20 animatai 0.0.20 Ecosystem with animats for development of Artificial General Intelligence
2017-10-20 cybot 1.1.0 Framework para telegram api bot.
2017-10-20 dig-indicator-incall 1.8 Domain: indicator
2017-10-20 sphinxcontrib-httpexample 0.7.0 Adds example directive for sphinx-contrib httpdomain
2017-10-20 batlab 0.5.0 Low level library for communication with the Batlab V1.0 Battery Testing System by Lexcelon
2017-10-20 pracode 0.0.2 tool for practicing coding skills against coding websites, e.g. leetcode, etc.
2017-10-20 pytplot 1.0.13 A python version of IDL tplot libraries
2017-10-20 drf-related-views 0.0.1 Related Views for Django Rest Framework
2017-10-20 bubble-dubble 2017.10.21 Azimuthal powder integration
2017-10-20 ilabs.client 0.0.5 Python client to connect to api.innodatalabs.com
2017-10-20 shellbot 17.10.20 A bot that is also a responsive shell
2017-10-20 setvar 1.0.3 Provide a bash-like method of setting environment vars
2017-10-20 codemach 0.4b18 very simple tool for executing python code objects
2017-10-20 dothub 0.16.0 Manage your github repo as code!
2017-10-20 cumulusci 2.0.0b68 Build and release tools for Salesforce developers
2017-10-20 PyNIT 0.1.5-1 Python NeuroImaging Toolkit
2017-10-20 PyBCY 2.2.8 Python Interface For BCY.net API
2017-10-20 decor 2017.10.20 Detector corrections for azimuthal integration
2017-10-20 RUP 0.1.14
2017-10-20 integracio 2017.10.20 pyFAI on steroids
2017-10-20 wagtail-jsonschema-forms 0.1 Generate JsonSchema Forms from Wagtail's forms and validate it
2017-10-20 pyhiveapi 0.0.14 A Python library to interface with the Hive API
2017-10-20 lore 0.4.16 a framework for building and using data science
2017-10-20 ws-sheets-server 0.4.1b37 server for ws_sheets
2017-10-20 FireWorks 1.5.7 FireWorks workflow software
2017-10-20 hops 1.2.8 A helper library for Hops that facilitates development by hiding the complexity of discovering services and setting up security.
2017-10-20 ws-storage 0.6b23 pytohn binary storage
2017-10-20 pydivert 2.1.0 Python binding to windivert driver
2017-10-20 brightml 0.0.1 Machine Learned Auto brightness
2017-10-20 python-modularity-maximization 0.0.1rc3 Community detection using Newman spectral methods to maximize modularity
2017-10-20 google-resumable-media 0.3.1 Utilities for Google Media Downloads and Resumable Uploads

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