CPE: Common Platform Enumeration for Python
Common Platform Enumeration for Python
CPE (this code) is a LGPL licensed Python package, implementing the CPE standards.
About the CPE standard
Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) is a standardized method of describing and identifying classes of applications, operating systems, and hardware devices present among an enterprise’s computing assets.
- CPE rich comparison.
- CPE cross-version conversion.
- CPE Language parsing and evaluation.
- LGPL Licensed.
- Semantic versioning.
To install CPE execute:
$ pip install cpe
The latest stable version is always in PyPI.
Documentation is available at ReadTheDocs.
- Python: 2.7, 3.4
- CPE: 1.1, 2.2, 2.3
- CPE Formats: WFN, URI, FS.
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