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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 2548 packages here.
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2015-04-02 DjPj 0.4.0 A template-block-based Django helper for jQuery-PJAX.
2015-04-02 zaber.serial 0.2a1 A library for communicating with Zaber devices
2015-04-01 green 1.8.1 Green is a clean, colorful test runner for Python unit tests. Compare it to trial or nose.
2015-04-01 dreadnought-js 0.1 Dreadnought is a synthesis of cherrypy and JavaScript to create a full featured web server for JavaScript applications
2015-04-01 smalisca 0.0.11 Static code analysis tool for Smali files
2015-04-01 hifive 2.2 Python library for normalizing and analyzing HiC and 5C data
2015-04-01 meerkat 0.2.1 A program for reciprocal space reconstruction
2015-04-01 ideascaly 0.3 IdeaScale RESTful API Client
2015-04-01 dependenpy 1.1.1 A Python module that builds a Dependency Matrix for your project.
2015-04-01 pubsub-logging 0.1.6 A logging handler for publishing the logs to Cloud Pub/Sub
2015-04-01 bsnstacklib 2014.2.25 Big Switch Networks Plugins for OpenStack Networking
2015-04-01 Pytweets 0.3 A Test Module for Pytweets
2015-04-01 testwheel 0.0.1 Dummy module for wheel testing.
2015-04-01 parsines 1.0.0a1 A library for reading iNES formatted NES ROM files.
2015-04-01 ines 1.0.0a1 A library for reading iNES formatted NES ROM files.
2015-04-01 versa 0.3.0 Versa model for Web resources and relationships. Think of it as an evolution of Resource Description Framework (RDF) that's at once simpler and more expressive.
2015-04-01 eloquent 0.2 The Eloquent ORM provides a simple yet beautiful ActiveRecord implementation.
2015-03-31 django-stackexchange-feed 0.11 TEST
2015-03-31 pug 0.1.17 # `pug`
2015-03-31 pyhacrf 0.0.2 Hidden alignment conditional random field, a discriminative string edit distance
2015-03-31 necpp Python Antenna Simulation Module (nec2++) C-style interface
2015-03-31 pug-invest 0.0.17 # pug-invest
2015-03-31 pug-ann 0.0.17 # pug-ann
2015-03-31 shipwire 0.8.8 A Python abstraction layer around the Shipwire API.
2015-03-31 gvSelect 1.0 Read and write gadgetviewer selection files in python
2015-03-31 grpcio 0.4.0a15
2015-03-31 numtogreek 0.9.0b1 Converts Numbers to Greek Words
2015-03-31 django-zxcvbn-password 1.0.5 A front-end and back-end password validation field using ZXCVBN.
2015-03-31 vwr 0.1.4 Python driver for VWR circulating baths.
2015-03-31 wcleaner 0.5.8 Disk Space Cleaner
2015-03-31 pytest-expect 0.1 A pytest plugin that allows multiple failures per test
2015-03-31 thunder-python 0.5.0.RC3 Large-scale neural data analysis in Spark
2015-03-31 palladium 0.9 Framework for setting up predictive analytics services
2015-03-31 galenapi 0.1.0 Porting of the Galen Framework API to Python
2015-03-31 bingads 9.3.1 A library to make working with the Bing Ads APIs and bulk services easy
2015-03-31 ezcf 0.0.1.post1 Import JSON/YAML like importing .py files
2015-03-31 pug-nlp 0.0.17 # pug-nlp
2015-03-31 gaerpytz 2015.2 gaerpytz is like gaepytz (a version of pytz that works well on Google App Engine) but automated so zoneinfo is up-to-date.
2015-03-30 awsebcli 3.2 Command Line Interface for AWS EB.
2015-03-30 sqlite3_paramstyle 0.0.1 Extended paramstyle for sqlite3 module

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