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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 5507 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.

2015-12-02 awslimitchecker 0.2.1 A script and python module to check your AWS service limits and usage using boto.
2015-12-02 aws-cli-menu 0.1.6 AWS CLI Menu System
2015-12-02 boto3 1.2.2 The AWS SDK for Python
2015-12-02 botocore 1.3.9 Low-level, data-driven core of boto 3.
2015-12-02 cfnlambda 1.0.1 Collection of tools to enable use of AWS Lambda with CloudFormation.
2015-12-02 upyflashed 0.2.0 A command to watch for new hex files from upyed and flash the micro:bit immediately
2015-12-02 kronos 2.0.9 A workflow assembler for cancer genome analytics and informatics
2015-12-01 quantdsl Domain specific language for quantitative analytics in finance.
2015-12-01 pages 0.1.0 pages is a lightweight page object and component Python library for UI tests
2015-12-01 ShisenSho 0.5 Shisen Sho Game
2015-12-01 eventsourcing 0.9.3 Event sourcing in Python
2015-12-01 modjango 1.0.1 mongoengine integration for django
2015-12-01 autograd 1.1.3 Efficiently computes derivatives of numpy code.
2015-12-01 py2py 0.1.0 Lightweight P2P in Python 3.4+ via HTTP POST
2015-12-01 cdwilson-sampleproject 0.1.0.dev5 cdwilson's sample Python project
2015-12-01 piapi 0.1.3 Cisco Prime Infrastructure REST API for python
2015-12-01 greb 0.0.5 Finds the meaning for a particular word. Lists suggestion in case accurate word is not found.
2015-12-01 django-tastypie-hmacauth 0.0.1b6 A HMAC class authentication for Tastypie and Django
2015-12-01 birding 0.2 Stream twitter searches using the public API.
2015-12-01 camb 0.1.4 Code for Anisotropies in the Microwave Background
2015-12-01 django-rt 0.1 A framework for implementing real-time APIs in Django web applications
2015-12-01 Keras 0.3.0 Theano-based Deep Learning library
2015-12-01 readability 0.1 Calculate readability index values
2015-12-01 genepattern-notebook 0.4.3 GenePattern Notebook extension for Jupyter
2015-12-01 furs_fiscal 0.2.0 Python library for simplified communication with FURS (Financna uprava Republike Slovenije).
2015-12-01 Orange3-Text 0.1.6 Orange3 TextMining add-on.
2015-12-01 pypowervm 0.0.3.dev338 Python binding for the PowerVM REST API
2015-12-01 django-freeze 0.5.0 django-freeze converts your django site to a static one with one line of code
2015-12-01 ansigenome 0.5.6 A tool to help you gather information and manage your Ansible roles.
2015-12-01 clearplot 1.0.3dev1 Clearplot creates publication quality plots using matplotlib
2015-12-01 gff_toolkit 0.1.5 UNKNOWN
2015-12-01 concourse-driver-python The official Python driver for Concourse
2015-12-01 sentry-ldap-auth 1.1 A Sentry extension to add an LDAP server as an authention source.
2015-12-01 pyuia 0.5a1 PyUIA is a library aiming to facilitate the implementation of UI test automation with Python.
2015-12-01 oinkwall 0.4 Python module for programmatically creating low level iptables rule sets.
2015-12-01 pyscreen 0.3 A light-weight library for easy interaction between Python and GNU screen.
2015-12-01 Tolk 0.2.1 JSON-RPC proxy for talking Modbus over RTU and TCP.
2015-12-01 isonasacs 0.3 A module to manage ISONAS Access Control System
2015-12-01 okcmd 1.4 A simple Python script for downloading your sent and received OkCupid messages.
2015-12-01 jsobj 0.0.1-dev JSON as python objects

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