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22 projects

postgres

Last released on Sep 12, 2018

postgres is a high-value abstraction over psycopg2.

state-chain

Last released on Jun 22, 2018

Model algorithms as a list of functions operating on a shared state dict.

dependency_injection

Last released on Jun 18, 2018

This library defines a helper for building a dependency injection framework.

aspen

Last released on Jun 10, 2017

A filesystem router for Python web frameworks

pando

Last released on Sep 9, 2016

Pando is a Python web framework. Simplates are the main attraction.

Flask-Aspen

Last released on Sep 7, 2016

UNKNOWN

django-aspen

Last released on Sep 7, 2016

UNKNOWN

aspen-jinja2

Last released on Aug 26, 2016

jinja2 plugin for Aspen

aspen-tornado

Last released on Aug 26, 2016

tornado plugin for Aspen

algorithm

Last released on Aug 24, 2016

Model an algorithm as a list of functions.

filesystem_tree

Last released on Aug 12, 2015

a library for managing a filesystem tree

httpy

Last released on Nov 14, 2006

httpy smooths out a few of WSGI's most glaring warts.

simplates

Last released on Apr 22, 2014

A Python library for working with simplates.

environment

Last released on Apr 2, 2014

This library provides parsing and validation of environment variables.

snot

Last released on Oct 2, 2013

Snot is colored output from nose. Or, um, py.test.

aspen-sentry

Last released on Sep 14, 2013

Sentry plugin for Aspen

assertEquals

Last released on Jun 19, 2013

assertEquals is an epic testing interface for Python.

aspen-pystache

Last released on Jun 4, 2013

pystache plugin for Aspen

testosterone

Last released on Mar 28, 2012

testosterone is a manly testing interface for Python.

dewey

Last released on Sep 29, 2011

Dewey is a fast index/search API for your filesystem.

lib537

Last released on Dec 4, 2006

lib537 is a Python library.

mode.py

Last released on Nov 8, 2006

mode.py models the life-cycle of an application as a series of four modes.

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