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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 6448 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


Get Packages

To use a package from this index either "pip install package" (get pip) or download, unpack and "python setup.py install" it.

Package Authors

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.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, OAuth, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post36 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post35 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post32 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 isso 0.10 lightweight Disqus alternative
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post31 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post30 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 pynativeui 1.0.1alpha1 UNKNOWN
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post29 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post28 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post27 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 fricles 0.1 Fricle Client
2016-02-06 cmsplugin-googleplus 0.6.0 Django-CMS plugin for Google Plus Activities
2016-02-06 pygnurl 1.0.1 Dynamic GNU Readline interface
2016-02-06 py-IoticAgent 0.2.2 Agent for accessing Iotic Space
2016-02-06 droopescan 1.34.1-rc8 A plugin-based scanner that aids security researchers in identifying issues with several CMSs, mainly Drupal & SilverStripe. https://github.com/droope/droopescan
2016-02-06 urwid_timed_progress 1.0.0 Urwid Timed Progress Bar
2016-02-06 ndmg 0.0.7 Neuro Data MRI to Graphs Pipeline
2016-02-06 st2client 1.3.1.15 Python client library and CLI for the StackStorm (st2) event-driven automation platform.
2016-02-06 pymediainfo 2.0 A Python wrapper for the mediainfo library.
2016-02-06 beastling 1.0.0 Command line tool to help mortal linguists use BEAST
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post26 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post25 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post24 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 ntfy 0.7.1.post23 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-06 dns-lexicon 1.0.3 Manipulate DNS records on various DNS providers in a standardized/agnostic way
2016-02-05 QtPDFPrinter 1.0a1 Creates PDFs from HTML or Jinja2 Templates using PySide
2016-02-05 dynamic-rest 1.3.14 Adds Dynamic API support to Django REST Framework.
2016-02-05 deploy_utils 0.3.0 Utilities for deploying projects to EC2
2016-02-05 multilog 1.0.0 A simple logger for multiple Python processes.
2016-02-05 ntfy 0.7.1.post22 A utility for sending push notifications
2016-02-05 robotframework-angularjs 0.0.1.post1 An AngularJS extension to Robotframework's Selenium2Library
2016-02-05 twtxt 1.0.0 Decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers.
2016-02-05 brunel 1.0.0 Brunel Visualization For Jupyter/IPython Notebooks
2016-02-05 DynDNSLogClient 0.8 Dyn client for receiving DNS query log data from the cloud
2016-02-05 pscore 0.4.3 Python-Selenium framework module
2016-02-05 LoProp 0.1 LoProp implementation for Dalton
2016-02-05 harold 0.1.1a8 A control systems library for Python3
2016-02-05 django-executor 0.0.1 Manage your django management commands easily within your browser
2016-02-05 qmmmtools 0.0.1 Support tools for QM/MM modeling with GROMACS 4+
2016-02-05 xnat 0.1.1 An XNAT client that exposes the XNAT REST interface as python objects. Part of the interface is automatically generated based on the servers data model as defined by the xnat schema.

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