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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 8463 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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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-05-28 jsonuri 0.1.25 Package to serialize python dictionaries/JSON into URI GET parameters, and reverse.
2016-05-28 django-alapage 0.1.5 Page management app for Django
2016-05-28 aiobeanstalk 0.0.3 asyncio based beanstalk client
2016-05-28 django-dirtyedit 0.1.3 File editor for Django
2016-05-28 aura 0.0.0 A minimalist python web framework
2016-05-28 katastrophe 1.0.0 Download torrents from kat.ph directly through terminal
2016-05-28 2016-pycon-tutorial-luiz 0.1
2016-05-28 mmmbop 0.1.2 View MBtiles on localhost
2016-05-28 navdoon 0.1.0 Powerful Statsd server, made easy
2016-05-28 mintty-colors 1.0.0 Switch color themes on the fly in cygwin's mintty terminal
2016-05-28 django-mqueue 0.4.6 Events queue application for Django
2016-05-28 powerline-mem-segment 2.1 Memory segment for Powerline
2016-05-28 ipapy 0.0.6.0 ipapy is a Python module to work with IPA strings
2016-05-28 django-easycart 0.1.0 A flexible session-based shopping cart for Django
2016-05-28 puffadder 0.1 A set of boilerplate reducing decorators, based off of Java's Lombok package
2016-05-28 testoroonie 0.1 UNKNOWN
2016-05-28 mosquittoChat 1.0 A Chat Server based on MQTT protocol using Mosquitto (broker a C implementation of MQTT), websocket, sockjs javascript library on client(browser) side, sockjs-tornado, tornado, and paho-mqtt (mqtt python client library)
2016-05-27 transmissions 0.1.9 Transmissions is a Django application that channels all user notifications via email, sms, push notifcations, etc.
2016-05-27 zipline 1.0.1 A backtester for financial algorithms.
2016-05-27 athill-filecrypt 0.0.8 Password protect files.
2016-05-27 jupyterhub-carina 0.1.1 Carina support for JupyterHub
2016-05-27 zipcodeignoresamethread 0.1.0 A simple python package for dealing with zip codes in python.
2016-05-27 django-djfiles 0.1 A simple Django app to upload files via admin panel.
2016-05-27 py-mbview 0.1.1 View MBtiles in your localhost
2016-05-27 ssiwebd 0.0.1 Server Side Include Webd
2016-05-27 iugu 0.1.3 The Iugu provides a Python REST APIs to create, process and manage payments.
2016-05-27 algorithmia 1.0.4 Algorithmia Python Client
2016-05-27 backoff 1.2.1 Function decoration for backoff and retry
2016-05-27 spotify-ripper 2.9.1 a small ripper for Spotify that rips Spotify URIs to audio files
2016-05-27 lightct 0.1.0 Visual light computed tomography.
2016-05-27 chellow 1464358292 Web Application for checking UK utility bills.
2016-05-27 monkeylearn 0.3.1 Official Python client for the MonkeyLearn API
2016-05-27 ncbi-genome-download 0.1.7 Download genome files from the NCBI FTP server.
2016-05-27 testdocplex 1.0.553 The IBM Decision Optimization CPLEX Modeling for Python
2016-05-27 docplex 1.0.552 The IBM Decision Optimization CPLEX Modeling for Python
2016-05-27 tadtool 0.6 Assistant to find cutoffs in TAD calling algorithms.
2016-05-27 msg91-client 0.4.1 A simple python client for MSG91 APIs
2016-05-27 django-janyson 0.1.1 Virtual model fields that are transparently mapped to Postgres jsonb
2016-05-27 django-janyson 0.1.0 Virtual model fields that are transparently mapped to Postgres jsonb
2016-05-27 cloudpayments 1.0.0 CloudPayments Python Client Library

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