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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 8445 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". The index hosts package docs. You may also use the web form. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.


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

2016-05-27 algorithmia 1.0.4 Algorithmia Python Client
2016-05-27 django-mqueue 0.4.3 Events queue application for Django
2016-05-27 backoff 1.2.1 Function decoration for backoff and retry
2016-05-27 spotify-ripper 2.9.1 a small ripper for Spotify that rips Spotify URIs to audio files
2016-05-27 lightct 0.1.0 Visual light computed tomography.
2016-05-27 chellow 1464358292 Web Application for checking UK utility bills.
2016-05-27 monkeylearn 0.3.1 Official Python client for the MonkeyLearn API
2016-05-27 ncbi-genome-download 0.1.7 Download genome files from the NCBI FTP server.
2016-05-27 testdocplex 1.0.553 The IBM Decision Optimization CPLEX Modeling for Python
2016-05-27 docplex 1.0.552 The IBM Decision Optimization CPLEX Modeling for Python
2016-05-27 tadtool 0.6 Assistant to find cutoffs in TAD calling algorithms.
2016-05-27 msg91-client 0.4.1 A simple python client for MSG91 APIs
2016-05-27 django-janyson 0.1.1 Virtual model fields that are transparently mapped to Postgres jsonb
2016-05-27 django-janyson 0.1.0 Virtual model fields that are transparently mapped to Postgres jsonb
2016-05-27 cloudpayments 1.0.0 CloudPayments Python Client Library
2016-05-27 stubilous 0.0.3 A plain simple Python http stub server
2016-05-27 restcountries 0.1.1 A Python wrapper for Restcountries API provided by restcountries.eu
2016-05-27 walt-node-selector 5.1.12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) virtual package for walt-node update.
2016-05-27 walt-client-selector 5.2.12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) virtual package for walt-client update.
2016-05-27 walt-client 12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) control tool.
2016-05-27 walt-node 12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) software embedded in images.
2016-05-27 walt-server 12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) server daemon.
2016-05-27 walt-common 12 WalT (Wireless Testbed) common python modules.
2016-05-27 opsview 0.8.4.post1 Opsview REST API client
2016-05-27 matador-deploy 0.0.5 A Bullish Rancher Deployment CLI App
2016-05-27 clapperboard 0.2 A command-line clapperboard
2016-05-27 Endgame-Singularity 0.30.post6 A simulation of a true AI
2016-05-27 pyjvm 0.1 Seamless access of the Java VM from within Python
2016-05-26 sinistra 1.0.0 A collection of astronomy related tools.
2016-05-26 green 2.4.2 Green is a clean, colorful, fast python test runner.
2016-05-26 athill-filecrypt 0.0.7 Password protect files.
2016-05-26 lrcloud 0.1.3.post0 Adobe Lightroom cloud support
2016-05-26 unog-indico 1.9.1.dev1 (UNOG) Indico is a full-featured conference lifecycle management and meeting/lecture scheduling tool
2016-05-26 CG-Acc 1.0 A console-based software to help accumulate CGPA / SGPA data and extract useful results for the students of IIT KGP.
2016-05-26 pyGSTi 0.9.1-alpha1 A python implementation of Gate Set Tomography
2016-05-26 mozilla-cloud-services-logger 1.0 Tools for producing a common application logging format defined by Mozilla Cloud Services
2016-05-26 rsf_pyrmissions 0.3 A Ridiculously Straight Forward Permissioning system (aka Access Control) for python projects
2016-05-26 warcreader 0.1 Library for reading HTTP responses from WARC (Web ARChieve) files
2016-05-26 Pyleoclim 0.1.4 A Python package for paleoclimate data analysis
2016-05-26 hessianfree 0.4.0 Hessian-free optimization for deep networks

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