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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 124466 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


Get Packages

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

Package Authors

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
2017-12-17 sudden 0.0.3 A sudden automation tool for installing software in Ubuntu/Debian systems
2017-12-17 mugit 1.0.5 Git multi-repository workspace management tool
2017-12-17 yadage 0.13.5 yadage - YAML based adage
2017-12-17 bula 0.1.7 Bula theme for Pelican
2017-12-17 Flask-MongoDB 0.0.1a3 MongoDB flask extension
2017-12-17 uswoodnester 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested lists.
2017-12-17 archinfo 7.7.12.16
2017-12-17 pyvex 7.7.12.16 A Python interface to libVEX and VEX IR
2017-12-17 cle 7.7.12.16 CLE Loads Everything (at least, may binary formats!) and provides a Pythonic interface to analyze what they are and what they would look like in memory.
2017-12-17 claripy 7.7.12.16 An abstraction layer for constraint solvers
2017-12-17 angr 7.7.12.16 A multi-architecture binary analysis toolkit, with the ability to perform dynamic symbolic execution and various static analyses on binaries
2017-12-17 angr-management 7.7.12.16 GUI for angr
2017-12-17 pandoc-tablenos 1.0.0rc3 Table number filter for pandoc
2017-12-17 pandoc-eqnos 1.0.0rc3 Equation number filter for pandoc
2017-12-17 pandoc-fignos 1.0.0rc3 Figure number filter for pandoc
2017-12-17 pandoc-xnos 0.13 Library code for the pandoc-fignos/eqnos/tablenos filters.
2017-12-17 prawcore 0.13.0 Low-level communication layer for PRAW 4+.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.testinfra 1.4.0.dev24 Test support for writing pants plugins.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scrooge 1.4.0.dev24 Scrooge thrift generator pants plugins.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.scalajs 1.4.0.dev24 scala.js support for pants.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.python.checks 1.4.0.dev24 Additional python lints and checks.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.node 1.4.0.dev24 Node.js support for pants.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.jax_ws 1.4.0.dev24 JAX-WS Pants plugin
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.go 1.4.0.dev24 Go language support for pants.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.findbugs 1.4.0.dev24 FindBugs pants plugin
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.errorprone 1.4.0.dev24 Error Prone pants plugin
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.cpp 1.4.0.dev24 C++ pants plugin.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.buildgen 1.4.0.dev24 Automatic manipulation of BUILD dependencies based on source analysis.
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants.contrib.android 1.4.0.dev24 Android Pants plugin
2017-12-17 pantsbuild.pants 1.4.0.dev24 A scalable build tool for large, complex, heterogeneous repos.
2017-12-17 ortoolpy 0.2.9 `ortoolpy` is a package for Operations Research.
2017-12-17 okex 0.1.4 OKEX API SDK
2017-12-17 storified 0.0.4 Download your Storify data
2017-12-17 gncxml 0.3.0 Extract entries from GnuCash data file to pandas.DataFrame.
2017-12-17 Js2Py 0.58 JavaScript to Python Translator & JavaScript interpreter written in 100% pure Python.
2017-12-17 toputils 2.0.2 Collection of scripting utilities used @ TopSport
2017-12-17 apistar_session_cookie 1.0.0 Cookie based Sessions for Apistar.
2017-12-17 Megalus 1.0.dev1327 Command line tools for Docker based projects
2017-12-17 hearthsim-identity 2.1.0 HearthSim Identity ORM models
2017-12-17 pyopencl 2017.2.2 Python wrapper for OpenCL

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