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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 6468 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.

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2016-02-08 PyClock 1.0.1 A digital clock for the terminal
2016-02-08 hyperop 1.0 Hyperoperators (succession, addition, multiplication, exponentiation, tetration and higher) in python.
2016-02-08 Flintrock 0.2.0 A command-line tool for launching Apache Spark clusters.
2016-02-08 norm 0.1.0 Python SQL query generation without the ORM.
2016-02-08 anybase32 1.0.0 Encode and decode base32 strings using arbitrary alphabets
2016-02-07 prudentia 1.0 Continuous Deployment toolkit.
2016-02-07 basegateway 0.3 A base gateway to make api calls
2016-02-07 requests-aws4auth 0.9 AWS4 authentication for Requests
2016-02-07 pycryptodome 3.4 Cryptographic library for Python
2016-02-07 uniquehelloworldname 0.0.1 PyPi hello world
2016-02-07 urwid_timed_progress 1.0.2 Urwid Timed Progress Bar
2016-02-07 little_pger 1.0 A thin layer just a tad above SQL, for use with PostgreSQL and psycopg2, when you want to wrap queries in a convenient way, using plain data structures (but you don't feel like using an ORM, for some reason).
2016-02-07 nekumo 0.1.2 Nekumo. Access your files from anywhere.
2016-02-07 seclusion 1.1.0 A simple way to provide a secluded deployment location
2016-02-07 dennis 0.10.0 Dennis the release helper
2016-02-07 APASVO 0.0.6 A graphical tool to perform event detection/picking in seismic traces.
2016-02-07 robotframework-extendedselenium2library 0.7.2 Extended Selenium2 web testing library for Robot Framework with AngularJS support
2016-02-07 Pandora 0.1.9 Pandora: Box of utilities
2016-02-07 bzr 2.7.0 Friendly distributed version control system
2016-02-07 ntfy 1.0.0.post3 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-07 django-telegrambot 0.1.6b A simple app to develop Telegram bot with Django
2016-02-07 ntfy 1.0.0.post1 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-07 OpsletsEc2 0.3.26 Devops life helpers
2016-02-07 pyrate-build 0.2.4 A small python based build file generator targeting ninja
2016-02-07 pygameday 0.2 Module for scraping, parsing, and ingesting MLB GameDay data into a database
2016-02-07 summer 0.6.0 Summer -- light weight Python 3 application framework
2016-02-07 django-dynamicstatics 1.0 A Django utility application that dynamically changes MEDIA_URL and STATIC_URL
2016-02-07 forestutils 0.1.0 Tools to analyse 3D scans of a forest.
2016-02-07 pysnappy 0.5.0 Cython bindings to libsnappy
2016-02-07 freeport 0.1.0 Simple Python library to free a port
2016-02-07 culour 0.1 Print colored strings in a curses window
2016-02-06 deplib 1.0.10 An elegant way to provide an app specific lib dir at runtime.
2016-02-06 jasmin 0.8.post14 Jasmin is a very complete open source SMS Gateway with many enterprise-class features.
2016-02-06 FanFicFare 2.2.17.post1 A tool for downloading fanfiction to eBook formats
2016-02-06 AthenaVoice 1.0.0b1 Your personal voice assistant
2016-02-06 agavepy 0.3.4 SDK for Agave
2016-02-06 ntfy 1.0.0b0 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 mysqldbhelper 1.0.2 A simple wrapper over mysqldb
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post38 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post37 A utility for sending push notifications

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