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python-django-sortedm2m 1.3.3 — Drop-in replacement for django's own ManyToManyField
Sortedm2m is a drop-in replacement for django's own ManyToManyField. The provided SortedManyToManyField behaves like the original one but remembers the order of added relations.
python-django-tagging 0.4.6 — Generic tagging application for Django
This package provides a generic tagging application for Django projects, which allows association of a number of tags with any
Model instance and makes retrieval of tags simple.
python-django-taggit 1.1.0 — Reusable Django application for simple tagging
Django-taggit is a reusable Django application for simple tagging.
python-djangorestframework 3.7.7 — Toolkit for building Web APIs with Django
The Django REST framework is for building Web APIs with Django. It provides features like a web browseable API and authentication policies.
python-dnaio 0.3 — Read FASTA and FASTQ files efficiently
dnaio is a Python library for fast parsing of FASTQ and also FASTA files. The code was previously part of the cutadapt tool.
python-dns-lexicon 2.4.0 — Manipulate DNS records on various DNS providers
Lexicon provides a way to manipulate DNS records on multiple DNS providers in a standardized way. It has a CLI but it can also be used as a Python library. It was designed to be used in automation, specifically with Let's Encrypt.
python-dnspython 1.15.0 — DNS toolkit for Python
dnspython is a DNS toolkit for Python. It supports almost all record types. It can be used for queries, zone transfers, and dynamic updates. It supports TSIG authenticated messages and EDNS0.
python-docker-py 1.10.6 — Python client for Docker
Docker-Py is a Python client for the Docker container management tool.
python-docker-pycreds 0.3.0 — Python bindings for the Docker credentials store API
Docker-Pycreds contains the Python bindings for the docker credentials store API. It allows programmers to interact with a Docker registry using Python without keeping their credentials in a Docker configuration file.
python-dockerpty 0.3.4 — Python library to use the pseudo-TTY of a Docker container
Docker PTY provides the functionality needed to operate the pseudo-terminal (PTY) allocated to a Docker container using the Python client.
python-docopt 0.6.2 — Command-line interface description language for Python
This library allows the user to define a command-line interface from a program's help message rather than specifying it programmatically with command-line parsers like
python-doctest-ignore-unicode 0.1.2 — Ignore Unicode literal prefixes in doctests
This package adds support for a flag to ignore Unicode literal prefixes in doctests.
python-docutils 0.14 — Python Documentation Utilities
Docutils is a modular system for processing documentation into useful formats, such as HTML, XML, and LaTeX. For input Docutils supports reStructuredText.
python-drmaa 0.7.7 — Python bindings for the DRMAA library
A Python package for Distributed Resource Management (DRM) job submission and control. This package is an implementation of the DRMAA 1.0 Python language binding specification.
python-dulwich 0.18.6 — Git implementation in Python
Dulwich is an implementation of the Git file formats and protocols written in pure Python.
python-duniterpy 0.54.3 — Python implementation of Duniter API
duniterpy is an implementation of duniter API. Its main features are:
Support Duniter's Basic Merkle API and protocol
Asynchronous/synchronous without threads
Support HTTP, HTTPS and Web Socket transport for Basic Merkle API
Support Elasticsearch Duniter4j API
Duniter signing key
Sign/verify and encrypt/decrypt messages with the Duniter credentials
python-ecdsa 0.13 — ECDSA cryptographic signature library (pure python)
This is an easy-to-use implementation of ECDSA cryptography (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm), implemented purely in Python. With this library, you can quickly create keypairs (signing key and verifying key), sign messages, and verify the signatures. The keys and signatures are very short, making them easy to handle and incorporate into other protocols.
python-ecpy 0.10.0 — Pure Python Elliptic Curve Library
This package provides a Elliptic Curve Library in pure Python.
python-ed25519 1.4 — Ed25519 public-key signatures
Ed25519 public-key signatures
python-editdistance 0.3.1-1.3ea84a7 — Fast implementation of the edit distance (Levenshtein distance)
This library simply implements Levenshtein distance algorithm with C++ and Cython.
python-editor 0.5 — Programmatically open an editor, capture the result
python-editor is a library that provides the editor module for programmatically interfacing with your system's $EDITOR.
python-efl 1.22.0 — Python bindings for EFL
PYTHON-EFL are the python bindings for the whole Enlightenment Foundation Libraries stack (eo, evas, ecore, edje, emotion, ethumb and elementary).
python-elasticsearch 6.1.1 — Low-level client for Elasticsearch
Official low-level client for Elasticsearch. Its goal is to provide common ground for all Elasticsearch-related code in Python; because of this it tries to be opinion-free and very extendable.
python-email-validator 1.0.2 — Email address validation library for Python
This library validates email address syntax and deliverability.
python-empy 3.3.3 — Templating system for Python
EmPy is a system for embedding Python expressions and statements in template text; it takes an EmPy source file, processes it, and produces output. This is accomplished via expansions, which are special signals to the EmPy system and are set off by a special prefix (by default the at sign, @). EmPy can expand arbitrary Python expressions and statements in this way, as well as a variety of special forms. Textual data not explicitly delimited in this way is sent unaffected to the output, allowing Python to be used in effect as a markup language. Also supported are callbacks via hooks, recording and playback via diversions, and dynamic, chainable filters. The system is highly configurable via command line options and embedded commands.
python-entrypoints 0.3 — Discover and load entry points from installed Python packages
Entry points are a way for Python packages to advertise objects with some common interface. The most common examples are
console_scripts entry points, which define shell commands by identifying a Python function to run. The
entrypoints module contains functions to find and load entry points.
python-enum34 1.1.6 — Backported Python 3.4 Enum
Enum34 is the new Python stdlib enum module available in Python 3.4 backported for previous versions of Python from 2.4 to 3.3.
python-et-xmlfile 1.0.1 — Low memory implementation of
This Python library is based upon the
xmlfile module from
lxml. It aims to provide a low memory, compatible implementation of
python-eventlet 0.20.1 — Concurrent networking library for Python
Eventlet is a concurrent networking library for Python that allows you to change how you run your code, not how you write it. It uses
libevent for highly scalable non-blocking I/O. Coroutines ensure that the developer uses a blocking style of programming that is similar to threading, but provide the benefits of non-blocking I/O. The event dispatch is implicit, which means you can easily use
Eventlet from the Python interpreter, or as a small part of a larger application.
python-execnet 1.4.1 — Rapid multi-Python deployment
Execnet provides a share-nothing model with channel-send/receive communication for distributing execution across many Python interpreters across version, platform and network barriers. It has a minimal and fast API targeting the following uses:
distribute tasks to (many) local or remote CPUs
write and deploy hybrid multi-process applications
write scripts to administer multiple environments
python-exif-read 2.1.2 — Python library to extract EXIF data from image files
ExifRead is a Python library to extract EXIF data from tiff and jpeg files.
python-extras 1.0.0 — Useful extensions to the Python standard library
Extras is a set of extensions to the Python standard library.
python-factory-boy 2.8.1 — Versatile test fixtures replacement
Factory_boy is a fixtures replacement based on thoughtbot’s factory_girl.
As a fixtures replacement tool, it aims to replace static, hard to maintain fixtures with easy-to-use factories for complex object.
Instead of building an exhaustive test setup with every possible combination of corner cases, factory_boy allows you to use objects customized for the current test, while only declaring the test-specific fields
python-faiss 1.5.0 — Efficient similarity search and clustering of dense vectors
Faiss is a library for efficient similarity search and clustering of dense vectors. This package provides Python bindings to the Faiss library.
python-faker 0.7.9 — Python package that generates fake data
Faker is a Python package that generates fake data such as names, addresses, and phone numbers.
python-fakeredis 0.8.2 — Fake implementation of redis API for testing purposes
Fakeredis is a pure-Python implementation of the redis-py Python client that simulates talking to a redis server. It was created for a single purpose: to write unit tests.
Setting up redis is not hard, but one often wants to write unit tests that don't talk to an external server such as redis. This module can be used as a reasonable substitute.
python-falcon 1.4.1 — Web framework for building APIs and application backends
Falcon is a web API framework for building microservices, application backends and higher-level frameworks. Among its features are:
Optimized and extensible code base
Routing via URI templates and REST-inspired resource classes
Access to headers and bodies through request and response classes
Request processing via middleware components and hooks
Idiomatic HTTP error responses
Straightforward exception handling
Unit testing support through WSGI helpers and mocks
Compatible with both CPython and PyPy
Cython support for better performance when used with CPython
python-falcon-cors 1.1.7 — Falcon cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) library
This middleware provides cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) support for Falcon. It allows applying a specially crafted CORS object to the incoming requests, enabling the ability to serve resources over a different origin than that of the web application.
python-fastalite 0.3 — Simplest possible FASTA parser
This library implements a FASTA and a FASTQ parser without relying on a complex dependency tree.
python-fasteners 0.14.1 — Python package that provides useful locks
This package provides a Python program that provides following locks:
python-fastimport 0.9.6 — VCS fastimport parser and generator in Python
This package provides a parser for and generator of the Git fastimport format.
python-feather-format 0.4.0 — Python wrapper to the Feather file format
This package provides a Python wrapper library to the Apache Arrow-based Feather binary columnar serialization data frame format.
python-feedgenerator 1.9 — Standalone version of Django's Atom/RSS feed generator
Feedgenerator-py3k is a standalone version of Django's feedgenerator, which can produce feeds in RSS 2.0, RSS 0.91, and Atom formats.
python-feedparser 5.2.1 — Parse feeds in Python
Universal feed parser which handles RSS 0.9x, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, CDF, Atom 0.3, and Atom 1.0 feeds.
python-fenics-dijitso 2018.1.0 — Distributed just-in-time building of shared libraries
Dijitso provides a core component of the
FEniCS framework, namely the just-in-time compilation of C++ code that is generated from Python modules. It is called from within a C++ library, using ctypes to import the dynamic shared library directly.
As long as the compiled code can provide a simple factory function to a class implementing a predefined C++ interface, there is no limit to the complexity of that interface. Parallel support depends on the
python-fenics-ffc 2018.1.0 — Compiler for finite element variational forms
The FEniCS Form Compiler (FFC) is a compiler for finite element variational forms. From a high-level description of the form, it generates efficient low-level C++ code that can be used to assemble the corresponding discrete operator (tensor). In particular, a bilinear form may be assembled into a matrix and a linear form may be assembled into a vector. FFC may be used either from the command line (by invoking the
ffc command) or as a Python module (
FFC is part of the FEniCS Project.
python-fenics-fiat 2018.1.0 — Tabulation of finite element function spaces
The FInite element Automatic Tabulator (FIAT) supports generation of arbitrary order instances of the Lagrange elements on lines, triangles, and tetrahedra. It is also capable of generating arbitrary order instances of Jacobi-type quadrature rules on the same element shapes. Further, H(div) and H(curl) conforming finite element spaces such as the families of Raviart-Thomas, Brezzi-Douglas-Marini and Nedelec are supported on triangles and tetrahedra. Upcoming versions will also support Hermite and nonconforming elements.
FIAT is part of the FEniCS Project.
python-fenics-ufl 2018.1.0 — Unified language for form-compilers
The Unified Form Language (UFL) is a domain specific language for declaration of finite element discretizations of variational forms. More precisely, it defines a flexible interface for choosing finite element spaces and defining expressions for weak forms in a notation close to mathematical notation.
UFL is part of the FEniCS Project.
python-fido2 0.5.0 — Python library for communicating with FIDO devices over USB
This Python library provides functionality for communicating with a Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) device over Universal Serial Bus (USB) as well as verifying attestation and assertion signatures. It aims to support the FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) and FIDO 2.0 protocols for communicating with a USB authenticator via the Client-to-Authenticator Protocol (CTAP 1 and 2). In addition to this low-level device access, classes defined in the
fido2.server modules implement higher level operations which are useful when interfacing with an Authenticator, or when implementing a Relying Party.
python-file 5.33 — Python bindings to the libmagic file type guesser. Note that this module and the python-magic module both provide a "magic.py" file; these two modules, which are different and were developed separately, both serve the same purpose: provide Python bindings for libmagic.
The file command is a file type guesser, a command-line tool that tells you in words what kind of data a file contains. It does not rely on filename extensions to tell you the type of a file, but looks at the actual contents of the file. This package provides the libmagic library.
python-fixtures 3.0.0 — Python test fixture library
Fixtures provides a way to create reusable state, useful when writing Python tests.
python-fixtures-bootstrap 3.0.0 — Python test fixture library
This package is only used for bootstrapping. Use the regular python-fixtures package instead.
python-flake8 2.5.5 — The modular source code checker: pep8, pyflakes and co
Flake8 is a wrapper around PyFlakes, pep8 and python-mccabe.
python-flake8 3.6.0 — The modular source code checker: pep8, pyflakes and co
Flake8 is a wrapper around PyFlakes, pep8 and python-mccabe.
python-flake8 3.5.0 — The modular source code checker: pep8, pyflakes and co
Flake8 is a wrapper around PyFlakes, pep8 and python-mccabe.
python-flake8-polyfill 1.0.2 — Polyfill package for Flake8 plugins
This package that provides some compatibility helpers for Flake8 plugins that intend to support Flake8 2.x and 3.x simultaneously.
python-flaky 3.5.3 — Automatically rerun flaky tests
Flaky is a plugin for
py.test that automatically reruns flaky tests.
Ideally, tests reliably pass or fail, but sometimes test fixtures must rely on components that aren't 100% reliable. With flaky, instead of removing those tests or marking them to
@skip, they can be automatically retried.
python-flasgger 0.6.3 — Extract Swagger specs from your Flask project
python-flasgger allows extracting Swagger specs from your Flask project. It is a fork of Flask-Swagger.
python-flask 1.0.3 — Microframework based on Werkzeug, Jinja2 and good intentions
Flask is a micro web framework based on the Werkzeug toolkit and Jinja2 template engine. It is called a micro framework because it does not presume or force a developer to use a particular tool or library.
python-flask-babel 0.11.2 — Add i18n/l10n support to Flask applications
This package implements internationalization and localization support for Flask. This is based on the Python babel module as well as pytz - both of which are installed automatically if you install this library.
python-flask-basicauth 0.2.0 — HTTP basic access authentication for Flask
This package provides HTTP basic access authentication for Flask.
python-flask-htmlmin 1.2 — HTML response minifier for Flask
text/html MIME type responses when using
python-flask-httpauth 3.2.3 — Basic and Digest HTTP authentication for Flask routes
flask_httpauth provides Basic and Digest HTTP authentication for Flask routes.
python-flask-login 0.4.1 — User session management for Flask
Flask-Login provides user session management for Flask. It handles the common tasks of logging in, logging out, and remembering your users' sessions over extended periods of time.
python-flask-migrate 2.0.3 — SQLAlchemy database migrations for Flask programs using Alembic
This package contains SQLAlchemy database migration tools for Flask programs that are using
python-flask-multistatic 1.0 — Flask plugin to allow overriding static files
flask-multistatic is a flask plugin that adds support for overriding static files.
python-flask-oidc 1.1.1 — OpenID Connect extension for Flask
python-flask-oidc provides an OpenID Connect extension for Flask.
python-flask-principal 0.4.0 — Identity management for Flask
flask_principal is a identity management library for Flask. It supports managing both authentication and authorization data in a thread-local variable.
python-flask-restful 0.3.7 — Flask module for creating REST APIs
This package contains a Flask module for creating REST APIs.
python-flask-restful-swagger 0.19 — Extract Swagger specs from Flask-Restful projects
This package lets you extract Swagger API documentation specs from your Flask-Restful projects.
python-flask-restplus 0.9.2 — Framework for documented API development with Flask
This package provides a framework for API development with the Flask web framework in Python. It is similar to package
python-flask-restful but supports the
python-swagger documentation builder.
python-flask-script 2.0.6 — Scripting support for Flask
The Flask-Script extension provides support for writing external scripts in Flask. This includes running a development server, a customised Python shell, scripts to set up your database, cronjobs, and other command-line tasks that belong outside the web application itself.
python-flask-sqlalchemy 2.1 — Module adding SQLAlchemy support to your Flask application
This package adds SQLAlchemy support to your Flask application.
python-flask-wtf 0.13.1 — Simple integration of Flask and WTForms
Flask-WTF integrates Flask and WTForms, including CSRF, file upload, and reCAPTCHA.
python-flex 6.10.0 — Validates Swagger schemata
flex can be used to validate Swagger schemata.
python-flexmock 0.10.4 — Testing library for Python
flexmock is a testing library for Python that makes it easy to create mocks, stubs and fakes.
python-flint 0.3.0 — Python module wrapping ARB and FLINT
Python-flint is a Python extension module wrapping FLINT (Fast Library for Number Theory) and Arb (arbitrary-precision ball arithmetic). It supports integers, rationals, modular integers, real and complex ball arithmetic, polynomials and matrices over all these types and other mathematical functions.
python-fonttools 3.28.0 — Tools to manipulate font files
FontTools/TTX is a library to manipulate font files from Python. It supports reading and writing of TrueType/OpenType fonts, reading and writing of AFM files, reading (and partially writing) of PS Type 1 fonts. The package also contains a tool called “TTX” which converts TrueType/OpenType fonts to and from an XML-based format.
python-fpylll 0.4.1 — Python interface for fplll
fpylll is a Python wrapper for fplll.
python-freezegun 0.3.12 — Test utility for mocking the datetime module
FreezeGun is a library that allows your python tests to travel through time by mocking the datetime module.
python-fudge 0.9.6 — Replace real objects with fakes/mocks/stubs while testing
Fudge is a Python module for using fake objects (mocks and stubs) to test real ones.
In readable Python code, you declare the methods available on your fake object and how they should be called. Then you inject that into your application and start testing. This declarative approach means you don’t have to record and playback actions and you don’t have to inspect your fakes after running code. If the fake object was used incorrectly then you’ll see an informative exception message with a traceback that points to the culprit.
python-funcy 1.11 — Functional tools
funcy is a library that provides functional tools. Examples are:
merge - Merges collections of the same type
walk - Type-preserving map
select - Selects a part of a collection
take - Takes the first n items of a collection
first - Takes the first item of a collection
remove - Predicated-removes items of a collection
concat - Concatenates two collections
flatten - Flattens a collection with subcollections
distinct - Returns only distinct items
split - Predicated-splits a collection
split_at - Splits a collection at a given item
group_by - Groups items by group
pairwise - Pairs off adjacent items
partial - Partially-applies a function
curry - Curries a function
compose - Composes functions
complement - Complements a predicate
all_fn - "all" with predicate
python-furl 0.5.6 — URL manipulation in Python
Furl provides an easy-to-use alternative to the
urlparse modules for manipulating URLs.
python-fusepy 2.0.4 — Simple ctypes bindings for FUSE
Python module that provides a simple interface to FUSE and MacFUSE. The binding is created using the standard
python-future 0.17.1 — Single-source support for Python 3 and 2
python-future is the missing compatibility layer between Python 2 and Python 3. It allows you to use a single, clean Python 3.x-compatible codebase to support both Python 2 and Python 3 with minimal overhead.
python-future-fstrings 0.4.1 — Backport of fstrings to Python < 3.6
This package provides a UTF-8 compatible encoding
future_fstrings, which performs source manipulation. It decodes the source bytes using the UTF-8 encoding and then rewrites Python 3.6 style
python-gast 0.2.2 — Generic Python AST that abstracts the underlying Python version
GAST provides a compatibility layer between the AST of various Python versions, as produced by
ast.parse from the standard
python-genshi 0.7.1 — Toolkit for generation of output for the web
Genshi is a Python library that provides an integrated set of components for parsing, generating, and processing HTML, XML or other textual content for output generation on the web.
python-gevent 1.3.7 — Coroutine-based network library
gevent is a coroutine-based Python networking library that uses greenlet to provide a high-level synchronous API on top of the libev event loop.
python-geventhttpclient 1.3.1 — HTTP client library for gevent
python-geventhttpclient is a high performance, concurrent HTTP client library for python using
python-ghp-import 0.5.5 — Copy directory to the gh-pages branch
Script that copies a directory to the gh-pages branch (by default) of the repository.
python-gipc 0.6.0 — Child process management in the context of gevent
Usage of Python's multiprocessing package in a gevent-powered application may raise problems. With
gipc, process-based child processes can safely be created anywhere within a gevent-powered application.
python-git-review 1.27.0 — Command-line tool for Gerrit
Git-review is a command-line tool that helps submitting Git branches to Gerrit for review, or fetching existing ones.
python-gitdb 2.0.4 — Python implementation of the Git object database
GitDB allows you to access bare Git repositories for reading and writing. It aims at allowing full access to loose objects as well as packs with performance and scalability in mind. It operates exclusively on streams, allowing to handle large objects with a small memory footprint.
python-gitpython 2.1.11 — Python library for interacting with Git repositories
GitPython is a python library used to interact with Git repositories, high-level like git-porcelain, or low-level like git-plumbing.
It provides abstractions of Git objects for easy access of repository data, and additionally allows you to access the Git repository more directly using either a pure Python implementation, or the faster, but more resource intensive
git command implementation.
python-glances 3.0.2 — A cross-platform curses-based monitoring tool
Glances is a curses-based monitoring tool for a wide variety of platforms. Glances uses the PsUtil library to get information from your system. It monitors CPU, load, memory, network bandwidth, disk I/O, disk use, and more.
python-glob2 0.6 — Extended Version of the python buildin glob module
This is an extended version of the Python built-in glob module which adds:
The ability to capture the text matched by glob patterns, and return those matches alongside the file names.
**globbing syntax, akin for example to the
globstaroption of Bash.
The ability to replace the file system functions used, in order to glob on virtual file systems.
Compatible with Python 2 and Python 3 (tested with 3.3).
Glob2 currently based on the glob code from Python 3.3.1.
python-gmpy2 2.1.0b1 — GMP/MPIR, MPFR, and MPC interface to Python 2.6+ and 3.x
This package provides a Python interface to the GNU multiprecision libraries GMO, MPFR and MPC.