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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 85095 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.

Package Authors

Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". The index hosts package docs. You may also use the web form. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

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


UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-07-24 web_cache 1.0.0 Simple persistent cache storage, with different cache eviction strategies, and optional compression
2016-07-24 quantarhei 0.0.2 Quantarhei: Open Quantum System Theory for Molecular Systems
2016-07-24 shutit 0.9.205 An programmable automation tool designed for complex builds
2016-07-24 coala-bears 0.8.0.dev20160724123327 Bears for coala (Code Analysis Application)
2016-07-24 coala 0.8.0.dev20160724122732 Code Analysis Application (coala)
2016-07-24 meipai 0.1.1 A command line interface to search,play videos on meipai
2016-07-24 inema 0.1 A Python interface to the Deutsche Post Internetmarke Online Franking
2016-07-24 gsdr 0.1.1 Generative Sparse Distributed Representations, a fast generative model
2016-07-24 Pygame 1.9.2.dev1 Python Game Development
2016-07-24 cheerlights 0.1.1 Simple wrapper for cheerlights API
2016-07-24 jds_write 0.7 The funniest joke in the world
2016-07-24 rq-scheduler 0.7.0 Provides job scheduling capabilities to RQ (Redis Queue)
2016-07-24 acli 0.1.26 A CLI to manage AWS resources
2016-07-24 quicktions 1.3 Fast fractions data type for rational numbers. Cythonized version of 'fractions.Fraction'.
2016-07-24 glud 0.4.0rc3 Functional tools for matching nodes in the clang AST
2016-07-24 chopsticks 0.4 Chopsticks is an orchestration library: it lets you manage and configure remote hosts over SSH.
2016-07-24 tasks-for-notebook 0.0.4 UNKNOWN
2016-07-24 PyRIC 0.1.5 Python Wireless Library
2016-07-24 twitterscraper 0.1.3.1 Tool for scraping Tweets
2016-07-24 jira 1.0.7 Python library for interacting with JIRA via REST APIs.
2016-07-24 asyncwrap 0.1.0 Simple asynchronous wrappers for synchronous blocking code
2016-07-24 django-cache 0.1.2 Extended HTTP-caching for Django
2016-07-24 django-email-confirm-la 2.0.0 Django email confirmation for any Model and any Field.
2016-07-24 Monochrome 0.9 Make your photos black and white with Monochrome !
2016-07-24 hitchselenium 0.5.6 Plugin to run Selenium with firefox using the Hitch testing framework.
2016-07-24 thunderscript 16.7.18 Thunder script parser
2016-07-24 drivar 0.1.1 Hardware abstraction layer for Raspbuggy
2016-07-24 cheapnamedtuple 1.1.2 Faster reimplementation of stdlib collections.namedtuple
2016-07-24 Vinod_python 1.0.0 Wordcount LOgic
2016-07-24 pyv4l2 0.1.3 Simple v4l2 for pyv4l2
2016-07-24 iolax 0.1
2016-07-24 candy-board-amt 1.0.1 Base CANDY LINE boards service for AM Telecom Modules
2016-07-24 Diophantine 0.1 A python package for finding small solutions of systems of diophantine equations
2016-07-24 ETLT 0.0.32 Extract Transform Load - but not in that strict order
2016-07-24 pycaching 3.5.2 Geocaching.com site crawler. Provides tools for searching, fetching caches and geocoding.
2016-07-24 Avg_func 1.0.0 To use aggregate method to find average from a set of mapper o/p for weather data
2016-07-24 proxy-toggle 1.0.0 A command-line tool to run programs seamlessly behind a proxy.
2016-07-24 django-webpack-loader 0.3.2 Transparently use webpack with django
2016-07-24 DeadPyDaylight 0.1 Script tool to auto ready-up in Dead By Daylight
2016-07-24 nautilus 0.5.1 A library for creating event-driven microservice applications

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