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python-pyqt-without-qtwebkit 5.11.2 — Python bindings for Qt

PyQt is a set of Python v2 and v3 bindings for the Qt application framework. The bindings are implemented as a set of Python modules and contain over 620 classes.

python-pyquery 1.2.17 — Make jQuery-like queries on xml documents

pyquery allows you to make jQuery queries on xml documents. The API is as much as possible the similar to jQuery. pyquery uses lxml for fast xml and html manipulation.

python-pyrfc3339 1.1 — Python timestamp library

Python library for generating and parsing RFC 3339-compliant timestamps.

python-pysam 0.15.1 — Python bindings to the SAMtools C API

Pysam is a Python module for reading and manipulating files in the SAM/BAM format. Pysam is a lightweight wrapper of the SAMtools C API. It also includes an interface for tabix.

python-pyserial 3.1.1 — Python Serial Port Bindings

pyserial provide serial port bindings for Python. It supports different byte sizes, stop bits, parity and flow control with RTS/CTS and/or Xon/Xoff. The port is accessed in RAW mode.

python-pysocks 1.6.7 — SOCKS client module

pysocks is an updated and semi-actively maintained version of SocksiPy with bug fixes and extra features.

python-pystache 0.5.4 — Python logic-less template engine

Pystache is a Python implementation of the framework agnostic, logic-free templating system Mustache.

python-pyte 0.7.0 — Simple VTXXX-compatible terminal emulator

pyte is an in-memory VTxxx-compatible terminal emulator. VTxxx stands for a series of video terminals, developed by DEC between 1970 and 1995. The first and probably most famous one was the VT100 terminal, which is now a de-facto standard for all virtual terminal emulators.

pyte is a fork of vt102, which was an incomplete pure Python implementation of VT100 terminal.

python-pytest 3.5.0 — Python testing library

Pytest is a testing tool that provides auto-discovery of test modules and functions, detailed info on failing assert statements, modular fixtures, and many external plugins.

python-pytest-bootstrap 3.5.0 — Python testing library

Pytest is a testing tool that provides auto-discovery of test modules and functions, detailed info on failing assert statements, modular fixtures, and many external plugins.

python-pytest-cache 1.0 — Py.test plugin with mechanisms for caching across test runs

The pytest-cache plugin provides tools to rerun failures from the last py.test invocation.

python-pytest-capturelog 0.7 — Pytest plugin to catch log messages

Python-pytest-catchlog is a pytest plugin to catch log messages.

python-pytest-catchlog 1.2.2 — Pytest plugin to catch log messages

Python-pytest-catchlog is a pytest plugin to catch log messages. This is a fork of pytest-capturelog.

python-pytest-cov 2.4.0 — Pytest plugin for measuring coverage

Pytest-cov produces coverage reports. It supports centralised testing and distributed testing in both load and each modes. It also supports coverage of subprocesses.

python-pytest-django 3.1.2 — Django plugin for py.test

Pytest-django is a plugin for py.test that provides a set of useful tools for testing Django applications and projects.

python-pytest-flakes 1.0.1 — Py.test plugin to check source code with pyflakes

Pytest plugin for checking Python source code with pyflakes.

python-pytest-httpbin 0.2.3 — Test your HTTP library against a local copy of httpbin

Pytest-httpbin creates a pytest fixture that is dependency-injected into your tests. It automatically starts up a HTTP server in a separate thread running httpbin and provides your test with the URL in the fixture.

python-pytest-localserver 0.4.1 — Py.test plugin to test server connections locally

Pytest-localserver is a plugin for the pytest testing framework which enables you to test server connections locally.

python-pytest-mock 1.6.3 — Thin-wrapper around the mock package for easier use with py.test

This plugin installs a mocker fixture which is a thin-wrapper around the patching API provided by the mock package, but with the benefit of not having to worry about undoing patches at the end of a test. The mocker fixture has the same API as mock.patch, supporting the same arguments.

python-pytest-pep8 1.0.6 — Py.test plugin to check PEP8 requirements

Pytest plugin for checking PEP8 compliance.

python-pytest-runner 2.11.1 — Invoke py.test as a distutils command

This package provides a pytest-runner command that files can use to run tests.

python-pytest-subtesthack 0.1.1 — Set-up and tear-down fixtures for unit tests

This plugin allows you to set up and tear down fixtures within unit test functions that use py.test. This is useful for using hypothesis inside py.test, as hypothesis will call the test function multiple times, without setting up or tearing down fixture state as is normally the case.

python-pytest-warnings 0.2.0 — Pytest plugin to list Python warnings in pytest report

Python-pytest-warnings is a pytest plugin to list Python warnings in pytest report.

python-pytest-xdist 1.14 — Plugin for py.test with distributed testing and loop-on-failing modes

The pytest-xdist plugin extends py.test with some unique test execution modes: parallelization, running tests in boxed subprocesses, the ability to run tests repeatedly when failed, and the ability to run tests on multiple Python interpreters or platforms. It uses rsync to copy the existing program code to a remote location, executes there, and then syncs the result back.

python-pytest-xprocess 0.9.1 — Pytest plugin to manage external processes across test runs

Pytest-xprocess is an experimental py.test plugin for managing processes across test runs.

python-pythondialog 3.4.0 — Python interface to the UNIX dialog utility

A Python wrapper for the dialog utility. Its purpose is to provide an easy to use, pythonic and comprehensive Python interface to dialog. This allows one to make simple text-mode user interfaces on Unix-like systems

python-pytz 2017.3 — Python timezone library

This library brings the Olson tz database into Python. It allows accurate and cross platform timezone calculations using Python 2.4 or higher. It also solves the issue of ambiguous times at the end of daylight saving time. Almost all of the Olson timezones are supported.

python-pytzdata 2017.3.1 — Timezone database for Python

This library provides a timezone database for Python.

python-pyudev 0.21.0 — Python udev binding

This package provides udev bindings for Python.

python-pyusb 1.0.2 — Python bindings to the libusb library

PyUSB aims to be an easy to use Python module to access USB devices.

python-pyxb 1.2.6 — Python XML Schema Bindings

PyXB ("pixbee") is a pure Python package that generates Python source code for classes that correspond to data structures defined by XMLSchema.

python-pyxdg 0.25 — Implementations of standards in Python

PyXDG is a collection of implementations of standards in Python.

python-pyyaml 3.13 — YAML parser and emitter for Python

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for Python. PyYAML features a complete YAML 1.1 parser, Unicode support, pickle support, capable extension API, and sensible error messages. PyYAML supports standard YAML tags and provides Python-specific tags that allow to represent an arbitrary Python object.

python-pyzmq 15.1.0 — Python bindings for 0MQ

PyZMQ is the official Python binding for the ZeroMQ messaging library.

python-q 2.6 — Quick-and-dirty debugging output for tired programmers

q is a Python module for "print" style of debugging Python code. It provides convenient short API for print out of values, tracebacks, and falling into the Python interpreter.

python-qrcode 6.0 — QR Code image generator

This package provides a pure Python QR Code generator module. It uses the Python Imaging Library (PIL) to allow for the generation of QR Codes.

In addition this package provides a command line tool to generate QR codes and either write these QR codes to a file or do the output as ascii art at the console.

python-qscintilla 2.10.7 — Qt port of the Scintilla C++ editor control

QScintilla is a port to Qt of Neil Hodgson's Scintilla C++ editor control. QScintilla includes features especially useful when editing and debugging source code. These include support for syntax styling, error indicators, code completion and call tips.

This package provides the Python bindings.

python-radon 2.2.0 — Code Metrics in Python

Radon is a Python tool which computes various code metrics. Supported metrics are:

  • raw metrics: SLOC, comment lines, blank lines, &c.

  • Cyclomatic Complexity (i.e. McCabe’s Complexity)

  • Halstead metrics (all of them)

  • the Maintainability Index (a Visual Studio metric)

python-rarfile 2.8 — RAR archive reader for Python

This is Python module for RAR archive reading. The interface is made as zipfile like as possible.

python-ratelimiter 1.2.0 — Simple rate limiting object

The ratelimiter module ensures that an operation will not be executed more than a given number of times during a given period.

python-rauth 0.7.3 — Python library for OAuth 1.0/a, 2.0, and Ofly

Rauth is a Python library for OAuth 1.0/a, 2.0, and Ofly. It also provides service wrappers for convenient connection initialization and authenticated session objects providing things like keep-alive.

python-rdflib 4.1.2 — Python RDF library

RDFLib is a Python library for working with RDF, a simple yet powerful language for representing information.

python-readlike 0.1.3 — GNU Readline-like line editing module

This Python module provides line editing functions similar to the default Emacs-style ones of GNU Readline. Unlike the Python standard library's readline package, this one allows access to those capabilties in settings outside of a standard command-line interface. It is especially well-suited to interfacing with Urwid, due to a shared syntax for describing key inputs.

Currently, all stateless Readline commands are implemented. Yanking and history are not supported.

python-redis 2.10.6 — Redis Python client

This package provides a Python interface to the Redis key-value store.

python-rednose 1.2.3 — Colored output for Python nosetests

This package provides colored output for the nosetests command of the Python Nose unit test framework.

python-regex 2017.06.07 — Alternative regular expression module

This regular expression implementation is backwards- compatible with the standard re module, but offers additional functionality like full case-folding for case-insensitive matches in Unicode.

python-relatorio 0.8.0 — Templating library able to output ODT and PDF files

Relatorio is a templating library which provides a way to easily output ODT, ODS, PNG, SVG and several other kinds of files. Support for more filetypes can be easily added by creating plugins for them.

python-rencode 1.0.5 — Serialization of heterogeneous data structures

The rencode module is a data structure serialization library, similar to bencode from the BitTorrent project. For complex, heterogeneous data structures with many small elements, r-encoding stake up significantly less space than b-encodings. This version of rencode is a complete rewrite in Cython to attempt to increase the performance over the pure Python module.

python-reno 2.7.0 — Release notes manager

Reno is a tool for storing release notes in a git repository and building documentation from them.

python-reparser 1.4.3 — Simple lexer/parser for inline markup based on regular expressions

This Python library provides a simple lexer/parser for inline markup based on regular expressions.

python-reportlab 3.4.0 — Python library for generating PDFs and graphics

This is the ReportLab PDF Toolkit. It allows rapid creation of rich PDF documents, and also creation of charts in a variety of bitmap and vector formats.

python-requests 2.7.0 — Python HTTP library

Requests is a Python HTTP client library. It aims to be easier to use than Python’s urllib2 library.

python-requests 2.13.0 — Python HTTP library

Requests is a Python HTTP client library. It aims to be easier to use than Python’s urllib2 library.

python-requests-file 1.4.3 — File transport adapter for Requests

Requests-File is a transport adapter for use with the Requests Python library to allow local filesystem access via file:// URLs.

python-requests-mock 1.3.0 — Mock out responses from the requests package

This module provides a building block to stub out the HTTP requests portions of your testing code.

python-requests-oauthlib 0.6.2 — OAuthlib authentication support for Requests

Requests-OAuthlib uses the Python Requests and OAuthlib libraries to provide an easy-to-use Python interface for building OAuth1 and OAuth2 clients.

python-requests-toolbelt 0.8.0 — Extensions to python-requests

This is a toolbelt of useful classes and functions to be used with python-requests.

python-responses 0.5.1 — Utility for mocking out the `requests` Python library

A utility library for mocking out the `requests` Python library.

python-rfc3986 1.1.0 — Parse and validate URI references

rfc3986 is a Python implementation of RFC3986 including validation and authority parsing. This module also supports RFC6874 which adds support for zone identifiers to IPv6 addresses.

python-rfc3987 1.3.7 — Parsing and validation of URIs (RFC 3986) and IRIs (RFC 3987)

rfc3987 provides routines for parsing and validation of URIs (see RFC 3986) and IRIs (see RFC 3987).

python-rply 0.7.5 — Parser generator for Python

This package provides a pure Python based parser generator, that also works with RPython. It is a more-or-less direct port of David Bazzley's PLY, with a new public API, and RPython support.

python-rpy2 2.9.4 — Python interface to the R language

rpy2 is a redesign and rewrite of rpy. It is providing a low-level interface to R from Python, a proposed high-level interface, including wrappers to graphical libraries, as well as R-like structures and functions.

python-rq 0.7.1 — Simple job queues for Python

RQ (Redis Queue) is a simple Python library for queueing jobs and processing them in the background with workers. It is backed by Redis and it is designed to have a low barrier to entry.

python-rsa 3.4.2 — Pure-Python RSA implementation

Python-RSA is a pure-Python RSA implementation. It supports encryption and decryption, signing and verifying signatures, and key generation according to PKCS#1 version 1.5. It can be used as a Python library as well as on the command line.

python-rst.linker 1.10 — Sphinx plugin to add links and timestamps

rst.linker allows to automatically replace text by a reStructuredText external reference or timestamps. It's primary purpose is to augment the changelog, but it can be used for other documents, too.

python-rst2ansi 0.1.5 — Convert RST to ANSI-decorated console output

Python module dedicated to rendering RST (reStructuredText) documents to ansi-escaped strings suitable for display in a terminal.

python-ruamel.yaml 0.15.37 — YAML 1.2 parser/emitter

This package provides YAML parser/emitter that supports roundtrip preservation of comments, seq/map flow style, and map key order. It is a derivative of Kirill Simonov’s PyYAML 3.11. It supports YAML 1.2 and has round-trip loaders and dumpers. It supports comments. Block style and key ordering are kept, so you can diff the source.

python-s3transfer 0.1.13 — Amazon S3 Transfer Manager

S3transfer is a Python library for managing Amazon S3 transfers.

python-sadisplay 0.4.8 — SQLAlchemy schema displayer

This package provides a program to build Entity Relationship diagrams from a SQLAlchemy model (or directly from the database).

python-scandir 1.7 — Directory iteration function

Directory iteration function like os.listdir(), except that instead of returning a list of bare filenames, it yields DirEntry objects that include file type and stat information along with the name. Using scandir() increases the speed of os.walk() by 2-20 times (depending on the platform and file system) by avoiding unnecessary calls to os.stat() in most cases.

This package is part of the Python standard library since version 3.5.

python-scanpy 1.2.2 — Single-Cell Analysis in Python.

Scanpy is a scalable toolkit for analyzing single-cell gene expression data. It includes preprocessing, visualization, clustering, pseudotime and trajectory inference and differential expression testing. The Python-based implementation efficiently deals with datasets of more than one million cells.

python-schedule 0.4.3 — Schedule periodic function calls in Python

Schedule is an in-process scheduler for periodic jobs that uses the builder pattern for configuration. Schedule lets you run Python functions (or any other callable) periodically at pre-determined intervals using a simple, human-friendly syntax.

python-schema 0.6.6 — Simple data validation library

python-schema is a library for validating Python data structures, such as those obtained from config-files, forms, external services or command-line parsing, converted from JSON/YAML (or something else) to Python data-types.

python-schema 0.5.0 — Simple data validation library

python-schema is a library for validating Python data structures, such as those obtained from config-files, forms, external services or command-line parsing, converted from JSON/YAML (or something else) to Python data-types.

python-schematics 1.1.1 — Python Data Structures for Humans

Python Data Structures for Humans.

python-scikit-image 0.11.3 — Image processing in Python

Scikit-image is a collection of algorithms for image processing.

python-scikit-learn 0.19.2 — Machine Learning in Python

Scikit-learn provides simple and efficient tools for data mining and data analysis.

python-scipy 1.0.1 — The Scipy library provides efficient numerical routines

The SciPy library is one of the core packages that make up the SciPy stack. It provides many user-friendly and efficient numerical routines such as routines for numerical integration and optimization.

python-screed 1.0 — Short read sequence database utilities

Screed parses FASTA and FASTQ files and generates databases. Values such as sequence name, sequence description, sequence quality and the sequence itself can be retrieved from these databases.

python-scripttest 1.3 — Python library to test command-line scripts

Scripttest is a Python helper library for testing interactive command-line applications. With it you can run a script in a subprocess and see the output as well as any file modifications.

python-scrypt 0.8.6 — Bindings for the scrypt key derivation function library

This is a set of Python bindings for the scrypt key derivation function.

python-seaborn 0.7.1 — Statistical data visualization

Seaborn is a library for making attractive and informative statistical graphics in Python. It is built on top of matplotlib and tightly integrated with the PyData stack, including support for numpy and pandas data structures and statistical routines from scipy and statsmodels.

python-semantic-version 2.6.0 — Semantic versioning module for Python

The semantic_version class is a small library for handling semantic versioning (SemVer) in Python.

It can compare versions, generate a new version that represents a bump in one of the version levels, and check whether any given string is a proper semantic version identifier.

python-semver 2.7.9 — Python helper for Semantic Versioning

This package provides a Python library for

python-send2trash 1.4.2 — Send files to the user's ~/Trash directory

This package provides a Python library to send files to the user's ~/Trash directory.

python-sepolgen 2.7 — Python module for generating SELinux policies

This package contains a Python module that forms the core of audit2allow, a part of the package policycoreutils. The sepolgen library contains: Reference Policy Representation, which are Objects for representing policies and the reference policy interfaces. It has objects and algorithms for representing access and sets of access in an abstract way and searching that access. It also has a parser for reference policy "headers". It contains infrastructure for parsing SELinux related messages as produced by the audit system. It has facilities for generating policy based on required access.

python-setools 4.1.1 — Tools for SELinux policy analysis

SETools is a collection of graphical tools, command-line tools, and libraries designed to facilitate SELinux policy analysis.

python-setproctitle 1.1.10 — Setproctitle implementation for Python to customize the process title

The library allows a process to change its title (as displayed by system tools such as ps and top).

Changing the title is mostly useful in multi-process systems, for example when a master process is forked: changing the children's title allows to identify the task each process is busy with. The technique is used by PostgreSQL and the OpenSSH Server for example.

python-setuptools 31.0.0 — Library designed to facilitate packaging Python projects

Setuptools is a fully-featured, stable library designed to facilitate packaging Python projects, where packaging includes: Python package and module definitions, distribution package metadata, test hooks, project installation, platform-specific details, Python 3 support.

python-setuptools-scm 1.15.6 — Manage Python package versions in SCM metadata

Setuptools_scm handles managing your Python package versions in software configuration management (SCM) metadata instead of declaring them as the version argument or in a SCM managed file.

python-setuptools-scm-git-archive 1.0 — Setuptools_scm plugin for git archives

The setuptools_scm_git_archive package is a plugin to setuptools_scm, which supports obtaining versions from git archives that belong to tagged versions.

python-sge-pygame 1.5.1 — 2D game engine for Python

The SGE Game Engine ("SGE", pronounced like "Sage") is a general-purpose 2D game engine. It takes care of several details for you so you can focus on the game itself. This makes more rapid game development possible, and it also makes the SGE easy to learn.

python-sh 1.11 — Python subprocess interface

Abstracts process invocation by providing a function interface for programs.

python-shapely 1.6.3 — Library for the manipulation and analysis of geometric objects

Shapely is a Python package for manipulation and analysis of planar geometric objects. It is based on the GEOS library.

python-simplegeneric 0.8.1 — Python module for simple generic functions

The simplegeneric module lets you define simple single-dispatch generic functions, akin to Python’s built-in generic functions like len(), iter() and so on. However, instead of using specially-named methods, these generic functions use simple lookup tables, akin to those used by e.g. pickle.dump() and other generic functions found in the Python standard library.

python-simplejson 3.14.0 — Json library for Python

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a subset of JavaScript syntax (ECMA-262 3rd edition) used as a lightweight data interchange format.

Simplejson exposes an API familiar to users of the standard library marshal and pickle modules. It is the externally maintained version of the json library contained in Python 2.6, but maintains compatibility with Python 2.5 and (currently) has significant performance advantages, even without using the optional C extension for speedups. Simplejson is also supported on Python 3.3+.

python-singledispatch — Backport of singledispatch feature from Python 3.4

This library brings functools.singledispatch from Python 3.4 to Python 2.6-3.3.

python-sip 4.19.12 — Python binding creator for C and C++ libraries

SIP is a tool to create Python bindings for C and C++ libraries. It was originally developed to create PyQt, the Python bindings for the Qt toolkit, but can be used to create bindings for any C or C++ library.

SIP comprises a code generator and a Python module. The code generator processes a set of specification files and generates C or C++ code, which is then compiled to create the bindings extension module. The SIP Python module provides support functions to the automatically generated code.

python-six 1.11.0 — Python 2 and 3 compatibility utilities

Six is a Python 2 and 3 compatibility library. It provides utility functions for smoothing over the differences between the Python versions with the goal of writing Python code that is compatible on both Python versions. Six supports every Python version since 2.5. It is contained in only one Python file, so it can be easily copied into your project.

python-six-bootstrap 1.11.0 — Python 2 and 3 compatibility utilities

Six is a Python 2 and 3 compatibility library. It provides utility functions for smoothing over the differences between the Python versions with the goal of writing Python code that is compatible on both Python versions. Six supports every Python version since 2.5. It is contained in only one Python file, so it can be easily copied into your project.