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python-testlib 0.6.5 — Python micro test suite harness
A micro unittest suite harness for Python.
python-testpath 0.2 — Test utilities for code working with files and commands
Testpath is a collection of utilities for Python code working with files and commands. It contains functions to check things on the file system, and tools for mocking system commands and recording calls to those.
python-testrepository 0.0.20 — Database for Python test results
Testrepository provides a database of test results which can be used as part of a developer's workflow to check things such as what tests have failed since the last commit or what tests are currently failing.
python-testrepository-bootstrap 0.0.20 — Database for Python test results
Bootstrap package for python-testrepository. Don't use this.
python-testresources 2.0.1 — Pyunit extension for managing test resources
Testresources is an extension to Python's unittest to allow declarative use of resources by test cases.
python-testresources-bootstrap 2.0.1 — Pyunit extension for managing test resources
This package is only here for bootstrapping purposes. Use the regular testresources package instead.
python-testscenarios 0.5.0 — Pyunit extension for dependency injection
Testscenarios provides clean dependency injection for Python unittest style tests.
python-testscenarios-bootstrap 0.5.0 — Pyunit extension for dependency injection
This package is only for bootstrapping. Don't use this.
python-testtools 2.3.0 — Extensions to the Python standard library unit testing framework
Testtools extends the Python standard library unit testing framework to provide matchers, more debugging information, and cross-Python compatibility.
python-testtools-bootstrap 2.3.0 — Extensions to the Python standard library unit testing framework
This package is only for bootstrapping. Do not use this.
python-texttable 0.8.7 — Python module for creating simple ASCII tables
Texttable is a Python module for creating simple ASCII tables.
python-tldextract 2.2.0 — Separate the TLD from the registered domain and subdomains of a URL
TLDExtract accurately separates the TLD from the registered domain and subdomains of a URL, using the Public Suffix List. By default, this includes the public ICANN TLDs and their exceptions. It can optionally support the Public Suffix List's private domains as well.
python-tlsh 3.4.5 — Fuzzy matching library for Python
Trend Micro Locality Sensitive Hash (TLSH) is a fuzzy matching library. Given a byte stream with a minimum length of 256 bytes, TLSH generates a hash value which can be used for similarity comparisons. Similar objects have similar hash values, which allows for the detection of similar objects by comparing their hash values. The byte stream should have a sufficient amount of complexity; for example, a byte stream of identical bytes will not generate a hash value.
python-tmx 1.10 — Python library for the
Tiled TMX format
Python TMX reads and writes the
Tiled TMX format in a simple way. This is useful for map editors or generic level editors, and it's also useful for using a map editor or generic level editor like Tiled to edit your game's levels.
python-tokenize-rt 2.0.1 — Wrapper around the stdlib tokenize which roundtrips.
This Python library is a wrapper around
tokenize from the Python standard library. It provides two additional tokens
UNIMPORTANT_WS, and a
Token data type. Use
tokens_to_src to roundtrip.
python-toml 0.9.4 — Library for TOML
toml is a library for parsing and creating Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language (TOML) configuration files.
python-toolshed 0.4.6 — Collection of modules and functions for working with data
This is a collection of well-tested, simple modules and functions that aim to reduce boilerplate when working with data.
python-toolz 0.9.0 — List processing tools and functional utilities
This package provides a set of utility functions for iterators, functions, and dictionaries.
python-tornado 5.1.1 — Python web framework and asynchronous networking library
Tornado is a Python web framework and asynchronous networking library, originally developed at FriendFeed. By using non-blocking network I/O, Tornado can scale to tens of thousands of open connections, making it ideal for long polling, WebSockets, and other applications that require a long-lived connection to each user.
python-tornado-http-auth 1.1.0 — Digest and basic authentication module for Tornado
Provides support for adding authentication to services using the Tornado web framework, either via the basic or digest authentication schemes.
python-tox 2.8.1 — Virtualenv-based automation of test activities
Tox is a generic virtualenv management and test command line tool. It can be used to check that a package installs correctly with different Python versions and interpreters, or run tests in each type of supported environment, or act as a frontend to continuous integration servers.
python-tqdm 4.19.6 — Fast, extensible progress meter
Make loops show a progress bar on the console by just wrapping any iterable with
|tqdm(iterable)|. Offers many options to define design and layout.
python-traceback2 1.4.0 — Backports of the traceback module
This module provides a standard interface to extract, format and print stack traces of Python programs. It exactly mimics the behavior of the Python interpreter when it prints a stack trace.
python-traitlets 4.3.2 — Configuration system for Python applications
Traitlets is a framework that lets Python classes have attributes with type checking, dynamically calculated default values, and ‘on change’ callbacks. The package also includes a mechanism to use traitlets for configuration, loading values from files or from command line arguments. This is a distinct layer on top of traitlets, so you can use traitlets in your code without using the configuration machinery.
python-translate-toolkit 2.1.0 — Tools and API for translation and localization engineering
Tools and API for translation and localization engineering. It contains several utilities, as well as an API for building localization tools.
python-translitcodec 0.4.0 — Unicode to 8-bit charset transliteration codec
This package contains codecs for transliterating ISO 10646 texts into best-effort representations using smaller coded character sets (ASCII, ISO 8859, etc.).
python-treq 18.6.0 — Requests-like API built on top of twisted.web's Agent
This package provides an HTTP library inspired by
python-trezor 0.11.3 — Python library for communicating with TREZOR Hardware Wallet
trezor is a Python library for communicating with TREZOR Hardware Wallet.
python-trezor-agent 0.13.1 — Use hardware wallets as SSH and GPG agent
libagent is a library that allows using TREZOR, Keepkey and Ledger Nano as a hardware SSH/GPG agent.
python-trollius-redis 0.1.4 — Port of asyncio-redis to trollius
trollius-redis is a Redis client for Python trollius. It is an asynchronous IO (PEP 3156) implementation of the Redis protocol.
python-trytond 4.6.2 — Server component of Tryton
Tryton is a three-tier high-level general purpose application platform using PostgreSQL as its main database engine. It is the core base of a complete business solution providing modularity, scalability and security.
python-trytond-country 4.6.0 — Tryton module with countries
This package provides a Tryton module with countries.
python-trytond-party 4.6.0 — Tryton module for parties and addresses
This package provides a Tryton module for (counter)parties and addresses.
python-twine 1.9.1 — Collection of utilities for interacting with PyPI
twine currently supports registering projects and uploading distributions. It authenticates the user over HTTPS, allows them to pre-sign their files and supports any packaging format (including wheels).
python-twisted 19.2.0 — Asynchronous networking framework written in Python
Twisted is an extensible framework for Python programming, with special focus on event-based network programming and multiprotocol integration.
python-twobitreader 3.1.6 — Python library for reading .2bit files
twobitreader is a Python library for reading .2bit files as used by the UCSC genome browser.
python-txaio 18.8.1 — Compatibility layer between Python asyncio and Twisted
Txaio provides a compatibility layer between the Python
asyncio module and
python-txamqp 0.8.2 — Communicate with AMQP peers and brokers using Twisted
This package provides a Python library for communicating with AMQP peers and brokers using the asynchronous networking framework Twisted. It contains all the necessary code to connect, send and receive messages to/from an AMQP-compliant peer or broker (Qpid, OpenAMQ, RabbitMQ) using Twisted. It also includes support for using Thrift RPC over AMQP in Twisted applications.
python-txtorcon 19.0.0 — Twisted-based Tor controller client
This package provides a Twisted-based Tor controller client, with state-tracking and configuration abstractions.
python-typing 3.6.6 — Type hints for Python
This is a backport of the standard library
typing module to Python versions older than 3.5. Typing defines a standard notation for Python function and variable type annotations. The notation can be used for documenting code in a concise, standard format, and it has been designed to also be used by static and runtime type checkers, static analyzers, IDEs and other tools.
python-typing-extensions 3.7.2 — Experimental type hints for Python
The typing_extensions module contains additional
typing hints not yet present in the of the
typing standard library. Included are implementations of:
python-tzlocal 1.5.1 — Local timezone information for Python
Tzlocal returns a tzinfo object with the local timezone information. This module attempts to fix a glaring hole in pytz, that there is no way to get the local timezone information, unless you know the zoneinfo name, and under several distributions that's hard or impossible to figure out.
python-ua-parser 0.8.0 — User agent parser
ua-parser is a Python port of Browserscope's user agent parser.
python-ukpostcodeparser 1.0.3 — UK Postcode parser for Python
This library provides the
parse_uk_postcode function for parsing UK postcodes.
python-unidecode 1.0.23 — ASCII transliterations of Unicode text
Unidecode provides ASCII transliterations of Unicode text. Unidecode is useful when integrating with legacy code that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat intelligible.
python-uniseg 0.7.1 — Python library to determine Unicode text segmentations
Uniseg is a Python package used to determine Unicode text segmentations. Supported segmentations include:
Code point (any value in the Unicode codespace)
Grapheme cluster (user-perceived character made of a single or multiple Unicode code points, e.g. "G" + acute-accent)
python-unittest2 1.1.0 — Python unit testing library
Unittest2 is a replacement for the unittest module in the Python standard library.
python-uritemplate 3.0.0 — Library to deal with URI Templates
uritemplate provides Python library to deal with URI Templates.
python-url 0.2.0 — URL Parsing
Library for parsing urls.
python-urllib3 1.25.3 — HTTP library with thread-safe connection pooling
Urllib3 supports features left out of urllib and urllib2 libraries. It can reuse the same socket connection for multiple requests, it can POST files, supports url redirection and retries, and also gzip and deflate decoding.
python-urwid 2.0.1 — Console user interface library for Python
Urwid is a curses-based UI/widget library for Python. It includes many features useful for text console applications.
python-urwidtrees 1.0.2 — Tree widgets for urwid
Urwidtrees is a Widget Container API for the
urwid toolkit. Use it to build trees of widgets.
python-user-agents 1.1.0 — User Agent strings parsing library
A library to identify devices (phones, tablets) and their capabilities by parsing (browser/HTTP) user agent strings.
python-utils 2.1.0 — Convenient utilities not included with the standard Python install
Python Utils is a collection of small Python functions and classes which make common patterns shorter and easier.
python-vagrant 0.5.15 — Python bindings for Vagrant
Python-vagrant is a Python module that provides a thin wrapper around the
vagrant command line executable, allowing programmatic control of Vagrant virtual machines.
python-validate-email 1.3 — Verifies if an email address is valid and really exists
validate_email can be used to verify if an email address is valid and really exists.
python-validictory 1.0.1 — General purpose Python data validator
It allows validation of arbitrary Python data structures.
The schema format is based on the JSON Schema proposal (http://json-schema.org), so combined with json the library is also useful as a validator for JSON data.
python-vcrpy 2.0.1 — Automatically mock your HTTP interactions
VCR.py simplifies and speeds up tests that make HTTP requests. The first time you run code that is inside a VCR.py context manager or decorated function, VCR.py records all HTTP interactions that take place through the libraries it supports and serializes and writes them to a flat file (in yaml format by default). This flat file is called a cassette. When the relevant piece of code is executed again, VCR.py will read the serialized requests and responses from the aforementioned cassette file, and intercept any HTTP requests that it recognizes from the original test run and return the responses that corresponded to those requests. This means that the requests will not actually result in HTTP traffic, which confers several benefits including:
The ability to work offline
Completely deterministic tests
Increased test execution speed
If the server you are testing against ever changes its API, all you need to do is delete your existing cassette files, and run your tests again. VCR.py will detect the absence of a cassette file and once again record all HTTP interactions, which will update them to correspond to the new API.
python-vcversioner 22.214.171.124 — Python library for version number discovery
Vcversioner is a Python library that inspects tagging information in a variety of version control systems in order to discover version numbers.
python-velocyto 0.17.17 — RNA velocity analysis for single cell RNA-seq data
Velocyto is a library for the analysis of RNA velocity. Velocyto includes a command line tool and an analysis pipeline.
python-verboselogs 1.7 — Verbose logging level for Python's logging module
verboselogs package extends Python's
logging module to add the log levels NOTICE, SPAM, SUCCESS and VERBOSE.
python-vine 1.1.4 — Promises for Python
vine provides a special implementation of promises in that it can be used both for "promise of a value" and lazy evaluation. The biggest upside for this is that everything in a promise can also be a promise, e.g. filters, callbacks and errbacks can all be promises.
python-virtualenv 16.1.0 — Virtual Python environment builder
Virtualenv is a tool to create isolated Python environments.
python-vobject 0.9.5 — Parse and generate vCard and vCalendar files
Vobject is intended to be a full featured Python package for parsing and generating vCard and vCalendar files. Currently, iCalendar files are supported and well tested. vCard 3.0 files are supported, and all data should be imported, but only a few components are understood in a sophisticated way.
python-waf 2.0.11 — Python-based build system
Waf is a Python-based framework for configuring, compiling and installing applications.
python-waitress 1.1.0 — Waitress WSGI server
Waitress is meant to be a production-quality pure-Python WSGI server with very acceptable performance.
python-wcwidth 0.1.7 — Measure number of terminal column cells of wide-character codes
Wcwidth measures the number of terminal column cells of wide-character codes. It is useful for those implementing a terminal emulator, or programs that carefully produce output to be interpreted by one. It is a Python implementation of the
wcswidth C functions specified in POSIX.1-2001 and POSIX.1-2008.
python-webassets 0.12.1 — Media asset management
python-webencodings 0.5.1 — Character encoding aliases for legacy web content
In order to be compatible with legacy web content when interpreting something like
Content-Type: text/html; charset=latin1, tools need to use a particular set of aliases for encoding labels as well as some overriding rules. For example,
iso-8859-1 on the web are actually aliases for
windows-1252, and a
UTF-16 BOM takes precedence over any other encoding declaration. The WHATWG Encoding standard defines all such details so that implementations do not have to reverse-engineer each other.
This module implements the Encoding standard and has encoding labels and BOM detection, but the actual implementation for encoders and decoders is Python’s.
python-webob 1.5.1 — WSGI request and response object
WebOb provides wrappers around the WSGI request environment, and an object to help create WSGI responses.
python-websocket-client 0.54.0 — WebSocket client for Python
The Websocket-client module provides the low level APIs for WebSocket usage in Python programs.
python-webtest 2.0.33 — Helper to test WSGI applications
Webtest allows you to test your Python web applications without starting an HTTP server. It supports anything that supports the minimum of WSGI.
python-werkzeug 0.14.1 — Utilities for WSGI applications
One of the most advanced WSGI utility modules. It includes a powerful debugger, full-featured request and response objects, HTTP utilities to handle entity tags, cache control headers, HTTP dates, cookie handling, file uploads, a powerful URL routing system and a bunch of community-contributed addon modules.
python-whatever 0.5 — Make anonymous functions by partial application of operators
whatever provides an easy way to make anonymous functions by partial application of operators.
python-wheel 0.32.3 — Format for built Python packages
A wheel is a ZIP-format archive with a specially formatted filename and the
.whl extension. It is designed to contain all the files for a PEP 376 compatible install in a way that is very close to the on-disk format. Many packages will be properly installed with only the
Unpack step and the unpacked archive preserves enough information to
Spread (copy data and scripts to their final locations) at any later time. Wheel files can be installed with a newer
pip or with wheel's own command line utility.
python-whisper 1.0.2 — Fixed size round-robin style database for Graphite
Whisper is one of three components within the Graphite project. Whisper is a fixed-size database, similar in design and purpose to RRD (round-robin-database). It provides fast, reliable storage of numeric data over time. Whisper allows for higher resolution (seconds per point) of recent data to degrade into lower resolutions for long-term retention of historical data.
python-whoosh 2.7.4 — Full text indexing, search, and spell checking library
Whoosh is a fast, pure-Python full text indexing, search, and spell checking library.
python-widgetsnbextension 3.4.2 — IPython HTML widgets for Jupyter
This package provides interactive HTML widgets for Jupyter notebooks.
python-wikidata 0.6.1 — Wikidata client library
This package provides a Python interface to Wikidata.
python-wrapper 3.7.0 — Wrapper for the Python 3 commands
This package provides wrappers for the commands of Python3.x such that they can be invoked under their usual name---e.g.,
python instead of
python-wrapt 1.11.1 — Module for decorators, wrappers and monkey patching
The aim of the wrapt module is to provide a transparent object proxy for Python, which can be used as the basis for the construction of function wrappers and decorator functions.
python-ws4py 0.5.1 — WebSocket client and server library
This package provides a WebSocket client and server library for Python.
python-wsgi-intercept 1.2.2 — Puts a WSGI application in place of a real URI for testing
Wsgi_intercept installs a WSGI application in place of a real URI for testing. Testing a WSGI application normally involves starting a server at a local host and port, then pointing your test code to that address. Instead, this library lets you intercept calls to any specific host/port combination and redirect them into a WSGI application importable by your test program. Thus, you can avoid spawning multiple processes or threads to test your Web app.
python-wsgiproxy2 0.4.5 — WSGI Proxy with various http client backends
WSGI turns HTTP requests into WSGI function calls. WSGIProxy turns WSGI function calls into HTTP requests. It also includes code to sign requests and pass private data, and to spawn subprocesses to handle requests.
python-wtforms 2.1 — Form validation and rendering library for Python web development
WTForms is a flexible forms validation and rendering library for Python web development. It is very similar to the web form API available in Django, but is a standalone package.
python-xapian-bindings 1.4.11 — Python bindings for the Xapian search engine library
Xapian is a highly adaptable toolkit which allows developers to easily add advanced indexing and search facilities to their own applications. It supports the Probabilistic Information Retrieval model and also supports a rich set of boolean query operators.
python-xcffib 0.6.0 — XCB Python bindings
Xcffib is a replacement for xpyb, an XCB Python bindings. It adds support for Python 3 and PyPy. It is based on cffi.
python-xdo 0.3 — Python library for simulating X11 keyboard/mouse input
Provides bindings to libxdo for manipulating X11 via simulated input. (Note that this is mostly a legacy library; you may wish to look at python-xdo for newer bindings.)
python-xenon 0.5.4 — Monitor code metrics for Python on your CI server
Xenon is a monitoring tool based on Radon. It monitors code complexity. Ideally,
xenon is run every time code is committed. Through command line options, various thresholds can be set for the complexity of code. It will fail (i.e. it will exit with a non-zero exit code) when any of these requirements is not met.
python-xlrd 1.0.0 — Library for extracting data from Excel files
This package provides a library to extract data from spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel proprietary file formats .xls and .xlsx (versions 2.0 onwards). It has support for Excel dates and is Unicode-aware. It is not intended as an end-user tool.
python-xmltodict 0.11.0 — Work with XML like you are working with JSON
This package provides a Python library to convert XML to
python-xopen 0.5.0 — Open compressed files transparently
This module provides an
xopen function that works like Python's built-in
open function, but can also deal with compressed files. Supported compression formats are gzip, bzip2 and, xz, and are automatically recognized by their file extensions. The focus is on being as efficient as possible on all supported Python versions.
python-xsge 2018.02.26 — Extensions for the SGE Game Engine
xSGE is a collection of modules that make doing certain tasks with the SGE Game Engine easier. In addition to SGE's conveniences, the user has access to a GUI toolkit, lighting and physics frameworks and
Tiled TMX format support.
python-yapf 0.24.0 — Formatter for Python code
YAPF is a formatter for Python code. It's based off of clang-format, developed by Daniel Jasper. In essence, the algorithm takes the code and reformats it to the best formatting that conforms to the style guide, even if the original code didn't violate the style guide.
python-yarl 1.1.1 — Yet another URL library
yarl module provides handy
URL class for URL parsing and changing.
python-yubikey-manager 2.1.0 — Command line tool and library for configuring a YubiKey
Python library and command line tool for configuring a YubiKey. Note that after installing this package, you might still need to add appropriate udev rules to your system configuration to be able to configure the YubiKey as an unprivileged user.
python-zope-component 4.3.0 — Zope Component Architecture
Zope.component represents the core of the Zope Component Architecture. Together with the zope.interface package, it provides facilities for defining, registering and looking up components.
python-zope-configuration 4.0.3 — Zope Configuration Markup Language
Zope.configuration implements ZCML, the Zope Configuration Markup Language.
python-zope-event 4.1.0 — Event publishing system for Python
Zope.event provides an event publishing API, intended for use by applications which are unaware of any subscribers to their events. It is a simple event-dispatching system on which more sophisticated event dispatching systems can be built.
python-zope-exceptions 4.0.8 — Zope exceptions
Zope.exceptions provides general-purpose exception types that have uses outside of the Zope framework.