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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 2278 packages here.
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2015-03-05 reahl-component 3.1.0 The component framework of Reahl.
2015-03-05 mpc55xx-bam-loader-g1 1.0.0 Upload binaries to Freescale MPC55xx or MPC56xx with the BAM serial protocol
2015-03-05 game24 1.0.0 A console application to play the 24 game
2015-03-05 bsnstacklib 2014.2.1 Big Switch Networks Plugins for OpenStack Networking
2015-03-05 nyaalib 0.0.6 Python library for Nyaa
2015-03-05 pynance 0.2.0 Retrieve and analyse financial market data
2015-03-05 sympa 0.1.0 Symbolic math for pandas
2015-03-05 update-conf.py 0.3.3 Generate config files from 'conf.d' like directories
2015-03-05 requests-aws4auth 0.3 Amazon Web Services version 4 authentication for the Python requests module
2015-03-05 durga 0.2.0.dev2 Create easy to use Python objects for REST resources including schema validation.
2015-03-05 rtv 1.0a4 A simple terminal viewer for Reddit (Reddit Terminal Viewer)
2015-03-05 requests-aws3auth 0.2 Amazon Web Services version 4 authentication for the Python requests module
2015-03-05 jasmin 0.6b5 Jasmin is a very complete open source SMS Gateway with many enterprise-class features.
2015-03-04 egat 0.9.6 An automated testing toolkit
2015-03-04 powershellmagic 0.1.0 IPython magic for Windows PowerShell
2015-03-04 envconsul 1.0.0 Environment Variable and Settings Management via Consul
2015-03-04 crianza 0.1.5 Simple Forth-like VM and genetic programming framework.
2015-03-04 pygeoprocessing 0.1.1.dev5 Geoprocessing routines for GIS
2015-03-04 snappy 2.3rc3 Studying the topology and geometry of 3-manifolds, with a focus on hyperbolic structures.
2015-03-04 spherogram 1.4rc1 Spherical diagrams for 3-manifold topology
2015-03-04 bcm_test 0.0.1 Implementing Bayesian Case Model
2015-03-04 Flask-Sillywalk 2.1 So you want to implement an auto-documenting API?
2015-03-04 PyStratum 0.1.4 A stored procedure and function loader, wrapper generator for MySQL and MS-SQL
2015-03-04 pddlpy 0.1.2 Python PDDL parser
2015-03-04 nelsnmp 0.1.0 A wrapper module for pysnmp
2015-03-04 eventdispatcher 1.63 An event dispatcher framework inspired by the Kivy project.
2015-03-04 plink 1.8 A full featured Tk-based knot and link editor
2015-03-04 publicsuffixlist 0.2.4 publicsuffixlist implement
2015-03-04 yael 0.0.9 yael (Yet Another EPUB Library) is a Python library for reading, manipulating, and writing EPUB 2/3 files.
2015-03-04 spot 1.2.1 A Statistical Parameter Optimization Tool
2015-03-04 gFlex One- and two-dimensional plate bending, designed for Earth's lithosphere
2015-03-04 pedsnetcdms 0.1.1 PEDSnet Common Data Model Definitions
2015-03-04 checksumdir 1.0.3 Simple package to compute a single deterministic hash of the file contents of a directory.
2015-03-04 akaudit 0.1.1 Audit who has SSH access to your user homes via authorized_keys.
2015-03-04 strategypy 0.1.0 A strategy game for Python bots with replaceable front ends
2015-03-04 event-store 1.0.5 Event Store implemented in Python
2015-03-04 jsonrpcserver 1.0.12 JSON-RPC 2.0 server library for Python 3.
2015-03-04 googlefinance 0.5 Python module to get real-time (no delay) stock data from Google Finance API
2015-03-04 autosimulationcraft 0.1.0 A python script to run SimulationCraft reports for World of Warcraft characters when their gear/stats/level/etc. changes.
2015-03-03 clef 0.0.4 A Python wrapper for the Clef API

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