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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 119449 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.

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


UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-10-17 pymuv 0.9.7 A python implementation of the MUV 2.0 to fb6 MUF compiler.
2017-10-17 Admire 1.0.0 An intuitive reCAPTCHA interface.
2017-10-17 async2rewrite 0.1.2 Convert discord.py code using abstract syntax trees.
2017-10-17 lively 0.1.0 Lively comes to Python
2017-10-17 opentuner 0.8.0 An extensible framework for program autotuning
2017-10-17 coscmd 1.7.7.3 simple command for cos
2017-10-17 kcem 2.5 kcem class file
2017-10-17 ccal 0.0.3 Library for hunting cancers
2017-10-17 polyglotdb 0.1.0
2017-10-17 pobo 1.0.7 Python3 parser and network representation of Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies (OBO)
2017-10-17 ccxt 1.9.156 A JavaScript / Python / PHP cryptocurrency trading library with support for 85+ exchanges
2017-10-17 conch-sounds 0.2.1 Analyze acoustic similarity in Python
2017-10-17 Gooey 0.9.5 Turn (almost) any command line program into a full GUI application with one line
2017-10-17 quinn 0.2.0 Pyspark helper methods to maximize developer efficiency.
2017-10-17 douban-dl 0.0.3 douban downloader, include album, celebrity
2017-10-17 org-python 0.1.5 convert orgmode to html based on python.
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-varianter-yaml-to-mux 55.0 Avocado Varianter plugin to parse YAML file into variants
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-runner-vm 55.0 Avocado Runner for libvirt VM Execution
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-runner-remote 55.0 Avocado Runner for Remote Execution
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-runner-docker 55.0 Avocado Runner for Execution on Docker Containers
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-robot 55.0 Avocado Plugin for Execution of Robot Framework tests
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-resultsdb 55.0 Avocado Plugin to propagate Job results to Resultsdb
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-result-html 55.0 Avocado HTML Report for Jobs
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-loader-yaml 55.0 Avocado Plugin that loads tests from YAML files
2017-10-17 avocado-framework-plugin-golang 55.0 Avocado Plugin for Execution of Golang tests
2017-10-17 avocado-framework 55.0 Avocado Test Framework
2017-10-17 pycube256 0.5.1 Python implementation of the Cube256 cipher
2017-10-17 jupyter-tensorboard 0.1.4.dev0 Start tensorboard in Jupyter! Jupyter notebook integration for tensorboard.
2017-10-17 whatap-python 0.0.2.20171017-01 Monitoring and Profiling Service
2017-10-17 q-stdev 0.1.1 Adds a new `stdev` aggregate to Q (textasdata).
2017-10-17 pycube 0.5 Python implementation of the Cube cipher
2017-10-17 pycube90 0.5 Python implementation of the Cube90 cipher
2017-10-17 pyd 0.10.0 Interoperability between python and the D programming language
2017-10-17 dash 0.19.0 A Python framework for building reactive web-apps. Developed by Plotly.
2017-10-17 xinjingru 1.4.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2017-10-17 clowder-repo 2.4.0 A tool for managing code
2017-10-17 CUriTools 0.7.1
2017-10-17 Django 2.0b1 A high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
2017-10-17 pytdx 1.51 A Python Interface to TDX protocol
2017-10-17 xclient 1.1.2 ...

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