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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 60106 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-05-22 ccsgp_get_started 2.0.5 get started with the ccsgp plotting library
2015-05-22 widget-party 2.0 A collection of widgets to add functionality to django-dashing.
2015-05-22 binch 0.1 a light ELF binary patch tool
2015-05-22 python-util 1.1.2 python-util
2015-05-22 irc_helper 1.3001 A module that helps with IRC, namely IRC Bots.
2015-05-22 lighthouse 0.9.0 Service discovery tool focused on ease-of-use and resiliency
2015-05-22 radical.synapse 0.10 SYNthetic APplicationS Emulator -- A RADICAL Project (http://radical.rutgers.edu/)
2015-05-22 pyvona 0.22 Python text-to-speech IVONA Wrapper
2015-05-22 django-organizations 0.5.2 Group accounts for Django
2015-05-22 libstempo 2.2.0 A Python wrapper for tempo2
2015-05-22 django-gipsy 1.1.4 A set of fancy tools for django.
2015-05-22 aio.web.server 0.0.6 Aio web server
2015-05-22 slpkg 2.3.3 Slpkg is a user-friendly package manager for Slackware installations
2015-05-22 luminoso-api 0.4.7 Python client library for communicating with the Luminoso REST API
2015-05-22 cms-booklet 0.1 cms-booklet: problem statement processor for CMS (Contest Management System)
2015-05-22 ChatterBot 0.1.2 An open-source chat bot program written in Python.
2015-05-22 aneris 0.2 curses time/project planner
2015-05-22 pydice 1.0.1b4 Tools for simulating dice and die-rolling
2015-05-22 colibri2trilegal 1.0 UNKNOWN
2015-05-22 trytond_account 2.6.12 Tryton module for accounting
2015-05-22 trytond_account 2.8.10 Tryton module for accounting
2015-05-22 trytond_account 3.0.9 Tryton module for accounting
2015-05-22 nflgame 1.2.15 An API to retrieve and read NFL Game Center JSON data. It can work with real-time data, which can be used for fantasy football.
2015-05-22 smartcoin 0.1.2 The Smartcoin provides a Python REST APIs to create, process and manage payments.
2015-05-22 yelpapi 1.3 yelpapi is a pure Python implementation of the Yelp v2.0 API.
2015-05-22 familysearch-python-sdk-opensource 1.0.1 A Python SDK for FamilySearch.org
2015-05-22 trytond_account 3.2.5 Tryton module for accounting
2015-05-22 li-pagador 2.0.47 Engine de pagamentos da Loja Integrada
2015-05-22 li-pagador-mercadopago 2.0.17 Meio de pagamento usando o MercadoPago (https://www.mercadopago.com.br)
2015-05-22 li-pagador-mercadopago-transparente 0.0.9 Meio de pagamento usando o checkout transparente do MercadoPago (http://developers.mercadopago.com/documentation/custom-checkout-advanced)
2015-05-22 confset 0.0.55 A simple script to change or update package configurations
2015-05-22 trytond_account 3.4.3 Tryton module for accounting
2015-05-22 trytond_account_be 3.6.1 Tryton module with Belgian chart of accounts
2015-05-22 thumbor 5.0.3 thumbor is an open-source photo thumbnail service by globo.com
2015-05-22 googleanalytics 0.20.4 A wrapper for the Google Analytics API.
2015-05-22 ldif3 3.0.1 generate and parse LDIF data (see RFC 2849).
2015-05-22 flaky 2.1.1 Plugin for nose or py.test that automatically reruns flaky tests.
2015-05-22 leonardo-module-redactor 2015.5.0 leonardo-module-redactor is a lightweight responsive wysiwyg editor for Leonardo
2015-05-22 PyNOMAD 0.1.1 Routines for accessing a self-hosted local copy of the USNO NOMAD stellar catalog
2015-05-22 aqueduct 0

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