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blocker 0.1

Volume provisioning in Ansible with a cinder-like frontend

bls 0.1.1

A library to access Bureau of Labor Statistics data

boatman 0.0.6

A simple logic game.

bodhi 2.9.0

bodhi common package

bodhi-client 2.9.0

bodhi client

bodhi-server 2.9.0

bodhi server

brabbel 0.4.4

A simple python based expression language

bredala 1.0.1

.. image:: https://travis-ci.org/AGrigis/bredala.svg?branch=master

Brew-Distance 1.0.0

A Python module that implements the Brew edit distance algorithm.

brutha 1.1.1

Sync FLAC music files to Ogg Vorbis (or keep lossy as-is)

bufrpy 0.2.2

Pyre-Python BUFR decoder

bugs-everywhere 1.1.1

Bugtracker supporting distributed revision control

burnman 0.9.0

a thermoelastic and thermodynamic toolkit for Earth and planetary sciences

cadbiom 0.1.6

Cadbiom library

cadbiom-gui 0.2.4

GUI tool for the Cadbiom library

calmjs 2.1.0

A Python framework for building toolchains and utilities for working with the Node.js ecosystem from within a Python environment.

calmjs.bower 1.0.2

Bower support for the calmjs framework.

calmjs.dev 1.1.0

Package for aiding the development of JavaScript code to be provided as part of Python packages through integration with Node.js development tools into a Python environment via the Calmjs framework.

calmjs.rjs 1.0.2

Package for the integration of RequireJS into a Python environment via the Calmjs framework, to provide a reproducible workflow for the generation of deployable artifacts from JavaScript source code provided by Python packages in conjunction with standard JavaScript or Node.js packages sourced from npm or other similar package repositories.

calmjs.webpack 0.0.dev0

Package for extending the Calmjs framework to support the usage of webpack for the generation of deployable artifacts from JavaScript source code provided by Python packages in conjunction with standard JavaScript or Node.js packages sourced from npm or other similar package repositories.

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