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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 3484 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


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UpdatedPackageDescription
2015-06-30 AgentML 0.2a1 An XML dialect for creating natural language software agents
2015-06-30 scrapyd 1.1.0 A service for running Scrapy spiders, with an HTTP API
2015-06-30 twx.mtproto 0.0.1a1.dev1 Unofficial Telegram MTProto Client
2015-06-30 twx 0.5a5 Abstraction Layer Over Telegram's Bot API and MTProto Chat Potocols
2015-06-30 cli-github 1.0.3 Github inside the Command Line
2015-06-30 twx.botapi 1.0rc1 Unofficial Telegram Bot API Client
2015-06-30 midas 0.2.3 Python driver for Honeywell Midas gas dectectors.
2015-06-29 bsnstacklib 2014.2.31 Big Switch Networks Plugins for OpenStack Networking
2015-06-29 okapi 0.1.0rc5 Grid-based game framework built on top of Kivy 1.9
2015-06-29 planet 0.0.1dev Planet API Client
2015-06-29 estimatecharm 0.1 Code Charm Estimation Tool
2015-06-29 FishTaco 1.0.0 FishTaco: a metagenomic computational framework, aiming to identify the taxa that are driving functional shifts in microbiomes.
2015-06-29 digicert_express 1.1.26 Express Install for DigiCert, Inc.
2015-06-29 S3Backup v0.1-alpha Perform scripted backups to Amazon S3
2015-06-29 django-nose 1.4.1 Makes your Django tests simple and snappy
2015-06-29 nearside 0.0.1 A package for processing antenna near-field measurements.
2015-06-29 cricket_score_indicator 3.3.2.3.8 An indicator to show live cricket(domestic/international) scores
2015-06-29 spherepy 0.0.8 Numerical routines for working with spherical harmonic coefficients
2015-06-29 stats-aggregator 0.0.3 Aggregate stats on moving values.
2015-06-29 opencage 1.1.3 Simple wrapper module for the OpenCage Geocoder API
2015-06-29 OnionBalance 0.1.0.dev0 Tool for distributing Tor onion services connections to multiple backend Tor instances.
2015-06-29 pyswagger 0.8.12 A type-safe, dynamic, spec-compliant swagger client & converter for python
2015-06-29 performanceplatform-client 0.10.2 A client library for sending data to the Performance Platform
2015-06-29 Longbow 1.00.001 Biomolecular simulation remote job submission utility.
2015-06-29 sagecell 0.2b1 The Sage Cell Server installer
2015-06-29 dojson 0.1.0.dev20150610 A Pythonic JSON to JSON converter.
2015-06-29 simplecsvtools 0.1 Allows to make simple operations over csv files
2015-06-29 marcobootstrap.slave 0.0.17 The marcobootstrap slave
2015-06-29 ftrack-python-api 0.4.3 Python API for ftrack.
2015-06-29 pySOT 0.1.6 Surrogate Optimization Toolbox
2015-06-29 spotify-ripper 2.2.0 a small ripper for Spotify that rips Spotify URIs to audio files
2015-06-29 pyxserver 0.1.3 Yet another async web server
2015-06-29 PyLua 0.1 A cffi based lua package.
2015-06-28 BOSI 0.7.8 Big Switch Networks OpenStack Installer
2015-06-28 pylint-flask 0.1 pylint-flask is a Pylint plugin to aid Pylint in recognising and understandingerrors caused when using Flask
2015-06-28 marcopolo 0.0.9 The reference implementation for MarcoPolo
2015-06-28 pypdb 0.1 A Python wrapper for the Protein Data Bank API
2015-06-28 marcobootstrap.backend 0.0.1 The marcobootstrap utility
2015-06-28 marcopolo-shell 0.0.2 A set of useful utilities for MarcoPolo
2015-06-28 marcopolo-manager 0.0.6 A task scheduler with MarcoPolo integration

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