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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 11475 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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2016-10-26 o3manage 0.1.dev2 Manage Library and Tools for Odoo in Shared Environments
2016-10-26 cloudshell-networking-cisco-iosxr 1.0.22 QualiSystems networking cisco IOS-XR specific Package
2016-10-26 cloudshell-networking-brocade-fastiron 1.0.27 QualiSystems Brocade FastIron package
2016-10-26 cobra 0.5.4.post6 COBRApy is a package for constraints-based modeling of biological networks
2016-10-26 tw 0.3.3 Command line and web interface for twitter
2016-10-26 stanley89-pytwitterwall 0.3 Twitter Wall
2016-10-26 pytwitterwallv 0.3 Console and web simple client for Twitter
2016-10-26 Grammaticomastix 0.0.1rc8 Insert and update blocks of text into text files
2016-10-26 logging-helper 1.2.0 A python helper to make setting up more informative logging a little easier.
2016-10-26 twitterwall-mi-pyt-benesjo6 1.2 Twitterwall with web and command line interface.
2016-10-26 cloudshell-cp-azure 1.0.24 A repository for projects providing out of the box capabilities within CloudShell to define Azure instances in CloudShell and leverage Azure Cloud Computing capabilities to deploy and connect apps in CloudShell sandboxes.
2016-10-26 gh-issue-agent 0.1 Automatic Labels for GitHub Issues
2016-10-26 stubilous 0.0.4 A plain simple Python http stub server
2016-10-26 sugartensor A slim tensorflow wrapper that provides syntactic sugar for tensor variables.
2016-10-26 anoncreds 0.1.8 Anonymous credentials
2016-10-26 plenum 0.1.153 Plenum Byzantine Fault Tolerant Protocol
2016-10-26 sovrin 0.1.128 Sovrin Identity
2016-10-26 pageobject 0.0.23 Page Object implementation
2016-10-26 dsopz 1.1.2 Google Datastore Operations
2016-10-26 MimirNotes 0.4.2 A simple, command line, note taking utility.
2016-10-26 testfactorial 1.0 Factorial module.
2016-10-26 pyvisgraph 0.1.3 Given a set of simple obstacle polygons, build a visibility graph and find the shortest path between two points.
2016-10-26 mailmerge 1.5 A simple, command line mail merge tool
2016-10-26 cti-toolkit 1.1.0.dev1 CERT Australia cyber threat intelligence (CTI) toolkit
2016-10-26 stock_symbols 0.5.3 Retrieves list of all symbols present in SP500, NASDAQ, AMEX and NYSE
2016-10-26 pyyeelight 0.0.1-alpha a simple python3 library for Yeelight Wifi Bulbs
2016-10-26 iso8601utils 0.1.0 Utilities for parsing ISO 8601 times, dates, datetimes, intervals, and durations
2016-10-25 netmagus 0.5.0 Python module for JSON data exchange via files or RPC with the Intelligent Visibility NetMagus system.
2016-10-25 terminaltwitterwall 0.3.1 Shows tweets in terminal or on a simple web page
2016-10-25 mssqlcli 1.0.2 Python CLI for Microsoft SQL.
2016-10-25 simpletwitterwall 0.3 Renders simple console or web twitter wall
2016-10-25 githubot 0.3.15 Simple cli and Flask web app for automatic GitHub issue tagging
2016-10-25 django-parakeet 0.1 A simple Django chat application.
2016-10-25 twitterwallx 0.3.1 Streams tweets to your console
2016-10-25 sysinfo_hardway 0.1.3 This is learning module for sys info
2016-10-25 githubpistobot 0.5 GitHub Bot that labels issues
2016-10-25 github-bot 0.3.6 Automatic labeling bot for Github issues
2016-10-25 chm4GithubBot 0.3.2 Console and Web app for labeling issues in Github repository
2016-10-25 expresoerp 0.1.0rc0 Accounting system for SMEs, still work in progress
2016-10-25 pyspark 2.1.0.dev1 Apache Spark Python API

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