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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 10940 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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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-10-01 trios 2.0.1 UNKNOWN
2016-10-01 qpack 0.0.1 QPack (de)serializer
2016-10-01 colorizedlog 0.1.0 Replacement for logging.StreamHandler with colors.
2016-10-01 pyswagger 0.8.23 A type-safe, dynamic, spec-compliant swagger client & converter for python
2016-10-01 hoste 1.0.9 A tool to manage hosts file
2016-10-01 vrep-api-python 0.1.1 Simple python binding for V-REP robotics simulator
2016-10-01 jcconv 0.2.4 jcconv "JapaneseCharacterCONVerter", interconvert hiragana, katakana, halfwidth kana
2016-10-01 mciutil 0.4.7 MasterCard file utilities
2016-10-01 pyequib 0.0.5 pyEQUIB: Python package for equilibrium atomic populations and line emissivities
2016-10-01 watson-developer-cloud 0.20.0 Client library to use the IBM Watson Services
2016-09-30 sparkmagic 0.6.0 SparkMagic: Spark execution via Livy
2016-09-30 autovizwidget 0.6.0 AutoVizWidget: An Auto-Visualization library for pandas dataframes
2016-09-30 hdijupyterutils 0.6.0 HdiJupyterUtils: Utils for Jupyter projects from HDInsight team
2016-09-30 crx_unpack 0.0.1 Unpack .crx files the way Chrome does
2016-09-30 minecraftmap 0.1 Minecraft Map Reader/Writer
2016-09-30 jira_issue_recommender 0.0.1 Find related issues
2016-09-30 pyvss 0.3 Python client for the EIS Virtual Cloud RESTful API
2016-09-30 git_linter 0.0.4 A git command to lint everything in your workspace (or stage) that was changed since the last commit.
2016-09-30 check_po 0.7.0 Check_po to verify if everything is translated and that no fuzzy are still here.
2016-09-30 voicelabs 0.0.3 VoiceInsights Python SDK
2016-09-30 PySAL 1.12.1 A library of spatial analysis functions.
2016-09-30 pshtt 0.1.12 Scan websites for HTTPS deployment best practices
2016-09-30 datalad 0.3.0.dev1 data distribution geared toward scientific datasets
2016-09-30 grove 0.0.5 Genetic algorithm and grammatical evolution library.
2016-09-30 st2client 2.0.1 Python client library and CLI for the StackStorm (st2) event-driven automation platform.
2016-09-30 fogbugz 1.0.7 Python library for interacting with the FogBugz API
2016-09-30 vcloudair 0.5 Python SDK for vCloud Air
2016-09-30 sovrin-dev 0.1.97 Sovrin Identity
2016-09-30 plenum-dev 0.1.121 Plenum Byzantine Fault Tolerant Protocol
2016-09-30 sovrin 0.1.97 Sovrin Identity
2016-09-30 plenum 0.1.121 Plenum Byzantine Fault Tolerant Protocol
2016-09-30 adaptivepy 0.1.2 Design patterns for easy addition of adaptive behavior in an extensible and testable way.
2016-09-30 wagtail-utphy-richdocument 0.1a0 A Wagtail richdocument content type build with stremfield.
2016-09-30 dfm 0.1 A dotfile manager for lazy people and pair programmers.
2016-09-30 phrasemachine 0.0.5 Gets phrases from text using part-of-speech tags
2016-09-30 cpc.geofiles 0.2 CPC geospatial file interaction (reading, writing, etc.)
2016-09-30 cpc.stats 1.3 Set of utilities to perform statistical calculations
2016-09-30 melomaniac 0.1.1 Listen to your Google Play Music/Soundcloud library from your terminal.
2016-09-30 netmagus 0.3.3 Python module to represent JSON data exchange with the Intelligent Visibility NetMagus system.
2016-09-30 pixiedust 0.37 Misc helpers for Spark Python Notebook

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