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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 18994 packages here.
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2012-02-11 simpleyaml 1.0 YAML parser and emitter for Python
2012-02-11 pyrone 0.2.7 pyrone
2012-02-11 blog2md 0.2 Exports your blog in Markdown format.
2012-02-11 html5lib 0.95 HTML parser based on the WHAT-WG Web Applications 1.0("HTML5") specifcation
2012-02-11 Yak 0.1.4 A blog baking engine.
2012-02-11 js.backbone 0.9.1-5 Fanstatic packaging of backbone.js
2012-02-11 ssh 1.7.12 SSH2 protocol library
2012-02-11 bsdiff4 1.1.0 binary diff and patch using the BSDIFF4-format
2012-02-11 virtfs 0.9 A package providing access to the Linux virtual filesystems proc, sysfs, and configfs.
2012-02-11 ZConfig 2.9.1 Structured Configuration Library
2012-02-11 sqlbean 0.603 A auto maping ORM for MYSQL and can bind with memcached
2012-02-11 sentry 2.8.2 A realtime logging an aggregation server.
2012-02-11 raven 1.4.3 Raven is a client for Sentry
2012-02-11 django-shellng 0.1 Improved shell for Django
2012-02-11 rosdep 0.7.1 rosdep system dependency installation tool
2012-02-11 SQLAlchemy-ORM-tree 0.0.5 An implementation for SQLAlchemy-based applications of the nested-sets/modified-pre-order-tree-traversal technique for storing hierarchical data in a relational database.
2012-02-11 logging_tree 0.6 Introspect and display the logger tree inside "logging"
2012-02-11 metlog-py 0.8dev Metrics Logging
2012-02-11 dbf 0.90.002 Pure python package for reading/writing dBase, FoxPro, and Visual FoxPro .dbf files (including memos)
2012-02-11 clutchclient 0.1.5 Command-line interface to
2012-02-10 nester_kl 1.3.0 A simple printer of nested lists
2012-02-10 django-like-button 0.0.6 Django App for adding a Facebook like button
2012-02-10 twobitreader 1.05 A fast python class for reading 2-bit files (used by UCSC genome browser)
2012-02-10 python-novaclient 2.6.0 Client library for OpenStack Nova API
2012-02-10 os_deferred_delete_python_novaclient_ext 0.1.0 Novaclient Extension for Instance Deferred Deletes
2012-02-10 fuzzyset 0.0.1 A simple python fuzzyset implementation.
2012-02-10 python-novaclient 2012.1 Client library for OpenStack Nova API.
2012-02-10 pipe2py 0.9.4 A project to compile Yahoo! Pipes into Python
2012-02-10 phonenumbers 4.6b1 Python version of Google's common library for parsing, formatting, storing and validating international phone numbers.
2012-02-10 pymatgen 1.2.3 pymatgen is the Python library powering the Materials Project (
2012-02-10 protobuf 2.4.1 Protocol Buffers
2012-02-10 hapipy 2.6.3 A python wrapper around HubSpot's APIs
2012-02-10 archiveIO 0.4.1 Convenience decorators for reading and writing to compressed archives
2012-02-10 zerokspot.recipe.git 0.6.1 Simple zc.buildout recipe for sources in a git repository
2012-02-10 bottle 0.10.8 Fast and simple WSGI-framework for small web-applications.
2012-02-10 Ming 0.2.2dev-20120210 Bringing order to Mongo since 2009
2012-02-10 exabgp 2.0.5 a bgp route engine
2012-02-10 ccnmtldjango 0.16.1 Paste template for Django development at CCNMTL
2012-02-10 stoq 1.2.2 A powerful retail system
2012-02-10 CassandraLauncher 1.8-0 Command line utilities for launching Cassandra clusters in EC2

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