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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 3056 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
2015-05-23 omad 0.2-pre2 Online MAnga Downloader, simple application for downloading chapters from online manga reading sites.
2015-05-23 droopescan 1.33.7-beta A plugin-based scanner that aids security researchers in identifying issues with several CMSs, mainly Drupal & SilverStripe. https://github.com/droope/droopescan
2015-05-23 chains 0.1.2 Exploratory Python Chained Generator Project
2015-05-22 cred-server 0.2.11 Connected Reactive Electronic Devices.
2015-05-22 leetcodepv 0.1 UNKNOWN
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.10 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.9 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.8 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.7 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.6 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.4 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 rep 0.6.3 infrastructure for computational experiments on shared big datasets
2015-05-22 GetDist 0.2.7 GetDist Monte Carlo sample analysis, plotting and GUI
2015-05-22 eliot-tree 15.0.0 Render Eliot logs as an ASCII tree
2015-05-22 Flask-IIIF 0.2.0 Flask-IIIF extension provides easy IIIF API standard integration.
2015-05-22 gapipy 0.1.43 Python client for the G Adventures REST API
2015-05-22 rk 0.3a1 Remote jupyter kernel/kernels administration utility
2015-05-22 stat_api 0.2 A wrapper for the getstat.com API
2015-05-22 shishito 2.3 Python module for selenium webdriver test execution
2015-05-22 spacegrids 1.8 numpy array with grids and associated operations
2015-05-22 ccsgp_get_started 2.0 get started with ccsgp
2015-05-22 jasmin 0.6b17 Jasmin is a very complete open source SMS Gateway with many enterprise-class features.
2015-05-22 python-qpid-proton 0.9 An AMQP based messaging library.
2015-05-21 PyYAML 3.11 YAML parser and emitter for Python
2015-05-21 ip2instance 1.0.3 Search through multiple AWS accounts for instance IP addresses
2015-05-21 boto 2.38.0 Amazon Web Services Library
2015-05-21 viperpy 0.7.6 A library for interacting with the EMC ViPR API
2015-05-21 httputil 0.6.0 Various utilities to deal with HTTP stuff.
2015-05-21 planemo 0.12.1 Command-line utilities to assist in building tools for the Galaxy project (http://galaxyproject.org/).
2015-05-21 ec2list 0.3 Lists your ec2 instances in the command line.
2015-05-21 genepattern-python 1.0.4 Library for programmatically interacting with GenePattern from Python.
2015-05-21 smtplibaio 1.0.3 An async version of smtplib
2015-05-21 auto-mix-prep 0.1.3 Application for automatically preparing stems for mixing.
2015-05-21 saslib 0.0.4 Do the job like PROC CONTENTS for sas7dat files without SAS installed
2015-05-21 tox-travis 0.1 Seamless integration of Tox into Travis CI.
2015-05-21 performanceplatform-client 0.10.1 A client library for sending data to the Performance Platform
2015-05-21 pysimstr 0.2 Fast(ish) string similarity for one vs many comparisons
2015-05-20 django-basic-cms 0.3.0 A tree based Django Basic CMS application
2015-05-20 xblock-grademe 0.1.0a Button to send request to server to grade user.
2015-05-20 csalgadoTest 1.0.0 A summary

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