A small, modular, transport and protocol neutral RPC library that, among other things, supports JSON-RPC and zmq.
A key-value storage for binary data, support many backends.
German income tax library
Wrappers for calling LaTeX/building LaTeX documents.
Well-structured helpers to help serializing commonly encountered structures to JSON (like datetime, to_dict(), etc.
Small collection of helper tools for command line applications
Create templates using Inkscape, then fill them in (and render them to PDF, if you like).
A read-only FUSE-based filesystem allowing you to browse git repositories
An extension that includes Bootstrap in your project, without any boilerplate code.
An alternative to dd for writing images to sd-cards
A linux utility library (mounts, disks, /proc, /sys and friends)
Easily create navigation for Flask applications.
A toolkit to write static site generators using Flask as a basis.
Draws ASCII trees.
A small timing utility library, handling framerates and rough benchmarks.
A small Flask extension to ease the creation of REST apis.
Generate configuration files based on docker state changes.
A tiny pythonic visitor implementation.
A small extension for the tempfile module.
The inverse of git archive. Adds a new commit from an archiveor the filesystem.
A tiny server for your git repositories, allowing configurable levels of access for multiple users.
Customizable auto-escaping for jinja2.
A python library for working with data from mtgjson.com.
Handles user authentication, in a way.
Use a GUI to select PyPI-classifiers and include them in asetup.py
A small flask application to serve files.
Configures Flask applications in a canonical way. Also auto-configures Heroku. Aims to standardize configuration.
A git-based storage backend for tinydb.
A library for working with public SSH keys.
Run command as REPL-environment (useful for git!).
Tracks issues and TODOs in a standalone branch in your repository.
Shows reflection/configuration to aid the development of Flask applications.
Slugging done right. Tries to support close to 300 languages.
Creates release commits directly in git, unleashes them on PyPI and pushes tags to github.
Work with unicode/non-unicode data from files or strings uniformly.
uz extracts files of all sorts
Stores configurations in a database instead of a file
State machine suitable for long-running systems
Transparent server-side session support for flask
shutil.which for those not using Python 3.3 yet.
Sane server provisioning.
Some helpers for writing tests with pytest.
Simplifies WSGI application deployment.
A simplified API for creating polls on doodle.com.
Security-by-obscurity. Move along, nothing to see here.
Parses mimetype-strings (RFC 1049, 2045, 2047 and 2231) and allows comparing these.
Collect angular templates, outputs compiled html
Small tool to keep a directory of git repositories in sync.
Monitors a website by retrieving it periodically, complains if its down.
Download whole books from link.springer.com
Develop highly-concurrent web scrapers, easily.
pimp installs magic packages. Install rpm packages from PyPi. No refunds.
Rerun scons on changed build dependencies.