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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 4256 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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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.

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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
2015-09-02 django-fabtasks 0.1.1 Common Fabric tasks for use in Django development/deployments
2015-09-02 django-irs 0.1 A Django app to download IRS 527 filings and load them into a database
2015-09-02 pykern 20150902.3039 Python application support
2015-09-01 everyconfig 1.0.2 use the same .yaml config files in every language
2015-09-01 emotient 0.1.0 Use the Emotient Analytics APIs from Python
2015-09-01 pydvbcss 0.3.3 pydvbcss is a library implementing DVB "CSS" protocols for Companion Screen Synchronisation.
2015-09-01 checksum 1.0.0 Creates checksums for files and directories.
2015-09-01 Wextracto 0.8.0 Web Data Extraction Library Written in Python
2015-09-01 pyramda 0.1 A Python package for curried functional programming
2015-09-01 python-highcharts 0.1.0-dev Python Highcharts wrapper
2015-09-01 fpgabin 0.1.3 Creates binaries for FPGA upload
2015-09-01 ecsminion 0.7.2 A library for interacting with the ECS 2.x Management API
2015-09-01 osc2mqtt 0.1b1 An OSC to MQTT bridge based on pyliblo and paho-mqtt.
2015-09-01 testpyblabla 0.0.4 The IBM Modeling in Python API
2015-09-01 protobix 0.0.9b1 Implementation of Zabbix Sender protocol
2015-09-01 oinkwall 0.3.1a1 Python module for programmatically creating low level iptables rule sets.
2015-09-01 sparkpost 1.0.0.dev2 SparkPost Python API client
2015-09-01 patroni 0.15 PostgreSQL High-Available orchestrator and CLI
2015-09-01 orcid2vivo 0.9.1 For retrieving data from the ORCID API and crosswalking to VIVO-ISF.
2015-09-01 rep 0.0.3 infrastructure for collaborative computational experiments on data
2015-09-01 progress2 1.3.0 Allows for easy creation of progress-bars and text
2015-09-01 ripe.atlas.cousteau 0.4.1.1 Python wrapper for RIPE Atlas API
2015-09-01 JSOV 0.1.1 JSON visualization lib based on JSOV or custom templates
2015-09-01 nestertester2 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-09-01 nestertester 1.0.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2015-09-01 XenonMKV 0.0.28 XenonMKV is a video container conversion tool that takes MKV files and outputs them as MP4 files.
2015-09-01 django_obfuscator 0.8 Obfuscate sensitive information in production django databases so that it can be distributed to various developers.
2015-09-01 PyZDDE 2.0.2 Zemax / OpticStudio standalone extension using Python
2015-09-01 colourettu 1.1.1.dev0 Colour related functions
2015-09-01 celery-bungiesearch 1.1.0 Celery signal processor for Bungiesearch
2015-09-01 googledatastore 3.0.0b1 google cloud datastore protobuf client
2015-09-01 metrosp 0.1.1 Ferramenta de linha de comando para recuperar situação atual do Metro de SP
2015-09-01 ghizmo 0.1.1 ghizmo: Extensible GitHub command-line tricks
2015-08-31 pdfjinja 0.0.1 Use jinja templates to fill and sign pdf forms.
2015-08-31 braceexpand 0.1.2 Bash-style brace expansion for Python
2015-08-31 rapid-django 0.0.1.dev2 Opionated tools for rapid development of enterprise CRUD portals
2015-08-31 togglwrapper 1.0.0 Library to easily interface with Toggl's API.
2015-08-31 slbsl 0.2.0 Convert paths from Windows to UNIX and vice versa.
2015-08-31 bigsuds 1.0.2 Library for F5 Networks iControl API
2015-08-31 azure-storage 0.20.0 Microsoft Azure Storage Client Library for Python

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