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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 89770 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-09-30 py_zipkin 0.2.0 Library for using Zipkin in Python.
2016-09-30 phrasemachine 0.0.8 Gets phrases from text using part-of-speech tags
2016-09-30 etcd3 0.1.0
2016-09-30 channels_api 0.2.3 Helps build a RESTful API on top of WebSockets using channels.
2016-09-30 picopayments_client 0.0.2 Micropayment hub client for counterparty assets.
2016-09-30 arvados-cwl-runner 1.0.20160930172156 Arvados Common Workflow Language runner
2016-09-30 ims-bootstrap 1.3.0 A collection of Django widgets and templatetags for Bootstrap integration.
2016-09-30 message-queue 0.2.0 Message Queue
2016-09-30 javasphinx 0.9.14 Sphinx extension for documenting Java projects
2016-09-30 cover-rage-client 0.0.3 Utility (client) to check coverage for the last commit / pull request while running tests on CI.
2016-09-30 django-diffs 0.0.2 Keep a record of diffs made to a Django model or collection of models
2016-09-30 firecloud 0.10.0 Firecloud API bindings and FISS CLI
2016-09-30 ganggu 0.9.4 Random collection of modules.
2016-09-30 FanFicFare 2.4.3 A tool for downloading fanfiction to eBook formats
2016-09-30 Frozen-Flask 0.13 Freezes a Flask application into a set of static files.
2016-09-30 javalang 0.10.1 Pure Python Java parser and tools
2016-09-30 construct 2.8.5 A powerful declarative parser/builder for binary data
2016-09-30 foremast 2.19.3 Tools for creating infrastructure and Spinnaker Pipelines.
2016-09-30 zirc 1.2.3 Python IRCP Library
2016-09-30 amino 8.7.0 functional data structures and type classes
2016-09-30 quilt 0.1.7 Quilt Python API https://quiltdata.com
2016-09-30 melomaniac 0.1.1 Listen to your Google Play Music/Soundcloud library from your terminal.
2016-09-30 pyzipit 0.0.5 A Python library that provides tools for ZIP (as in "Zone Improvement Plan") related subjects
2016-09-30 Flask-PageDown 0.2.2 Implementation of StackOverflow's "PageDown" markdown editor for Flask-WTF.
2016-09-30 QTPyLib 1.4.7 Quantitative Trading Python Library
2016-09-30 pbs-generator 0.6 A PBS script generator
2016-09-30 flightplan 0.6 A procedure manager for Rowley Group
2016-09-30 django-boilerplate 0.3.4 What Django is missing
2016-09-30 libdesktop 0.1 A cross-platform library for miscellaneous OS functions and conveniences.
2016-09-30 packtools 1.3 Handle SPS packages like a breeze.
2016-09-30 genomespaceio 0.15 A library for reading and writing files to GenomeSpace (http://www.genomespace.org)
2016-09-30 invoice2data 0.2.31 Python parser to extract data from pdf invoice
2016-09-30 halla 0.6.15 HAllA: Hierarchically All-against-All Association Testing
2016-09-30 PyStratum-MySQL 0.10.6 A stored procedure and function loader, wrapper generator for MySQL
2016-09-30 porper 0.1.4 Portable Permission Controller
2016-09-30 sep 1.0.0 Astronomical source extraction and photometry library
2016-09-30 fosslint 0.0.9 FOSS Policy Checker Tool
2016-09-30 netmagus 0.3.3 Python module to represent JSON data exchange with the Intelligent Visibility NetMagus system.
2016-09-30 juriscraper 1.1.23 An API to scrape American court websites for metadata.
2016-09-30 PyAvaTax 1.3.8 UNKNOWN

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