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pipdeptree - A command line utility to display dependency tree of the installed Python packages

  •    Python

pipdeptree is a command line utility for displaying the installed python packages in form of a dependency tree. It works for packages installed globally on a machine as well as in a virtualenv. Since pip freeze shows all dependencies as a flat list, finding out which are the top level packages and which packages do they depend on requires some effort. It can also be tedious to resolve conflicting dependencies because pip doesn't yet have true dependency resolution (more on this later). This utility tries to solve this problem. To some extent, this tool is inspired by lein deps :tree command of Leiningen.

pipenv - Python Development Workflow for Humans.

  •    Python

Pipenv is a tool that aims to bring the best of all packaging worlds (bundler, composer, npm, cargo, yarn, etc.) to the Python world. Windows is a first--class citizen, in our world. It automatically creates and manages a virtualenv for your projects, as well as adds/removes packages from your Pipfile as you install/uninstall packages. It also generates the ever--important Pipfile.lock, which is used to produce deterministic builds.

pipx - Install and Run Python Applications in Isolated Environments

  •    Python

For comparison to other tools including pipsi, see Comparison to Other Tools. Upgrade pipx with brew update && brew upgrade pipx.

NiftyNet - An open-source convolutional neural networks platform for research in medical image analysis and image-guided therapy

  •    Python

NiftyNet is a consortium of research organisations (BMEIS -- School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences, King's College London; WEISS -- Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, UCL; CMIC -- Centre for Medical Image Computing, UCL; HIG -- High-dimensional Imaging Group, UCL), where BMEIS acts as the consortium lead. NiftyNet is not intended for clinical use.

piprot - How rotten are your requirements?

  •    Python

tl;dr: piprot allows you to check the requirements defined in your requirements files for freshness. Run piprot and provide a requirements file (if it's not called requirements.txt) and it will tell you the current status of your packages.

underscore.py - Python port of underscore.js

  •    Python

NOTE: It's obvious that python already has nearly all features of underscore library built-in. I'm not trying to fill any gap in python. If you are coming from JavaScript this library will provide you a familiar interface, a set of tools you already know how to use and micro templating functionality. Use it wisely and try to use built-in functions wherever possible.

pip-update-requirements - Update the packages in a requirements.txt file.

  •    Python

Update the packages in a requirements.txt file. Give pur your requirements.txt file and it updates all your packages to the latest versions.

art - 🎨 ASCII Art Library For Python

  •    Python

ASCII art is also known as "computer text art". It involves the smart placement of typed special characters or letters to make a visual shape that is spread over multiple lines of text. set_default function is added in Version 2.2 in order to change default values.

best-of-python-dev - 🏆 A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries

  •    Python

🏆  A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries. Updated weekly. 🧙‍♂️  Discover other best-of lists or create your own. 📫  Subscribe to our newsletter for updates and trending projects.


  •    Python

This repository provides Python rules for Bazel. Currently, support for rules that are available from Bazel core are simple aliases to that bundled functionality. On top of that, this repository provides support for installing dependencies typically managed via pip.Once a set of dependencies has been imported via pip_import and pip_install we can start consuming them in our py_{binary,library,test} rules. In support of this, the generated requirements.bzl also contains a requirement method, which can be used directly in deps=[] to reference an imported py_library.

socket.io-python-emitter - Python implementation of socket.io-emitter

  •    Python

socket.io provides a hook point to easily allow you to emit events to browsers from anywhere so socket.io-python-emitter communicates with socket.io servers through redis.We made some changes, compatible socket.io-redis 0.2.0 and socket.io 0.1.4.

reqwire - Wires up your pip requirements with pip-tools.

  •    Python

reqwire wires up your pip requirements with pip-tools. Until PEP 518 and Pipfile become reality, maintaining one or more requirements.txt files for Python projects will continue to be subject to personal preference and differing opinions on best practices [1]. Typical workflows involve maintaining multiple requirements.txt files, and many projects have some form of tooling, be it Makefile targets or external tools, such as Vincent Driessen's excellent pip-tools.

pipenvlib - A library for manipulating Pipenv projects.

  •    Python

This library exists to make it easy to programmatically interact with / introspect / manipulate Pipenv projects. It allows you examine dependencies and requirements of a project, as well as install/uninstall packages from Python directly.

PIPContainer - An easy to use interface for picture-in-picture on macOS 10.12 and later

  •    Objective-C

An NSViewController subclass that can present its child view controller in picture-in-picture mode. Please note that this project links against PIP.framework, which is private. Don't try to submit apps using this to the App Store.

requirements.txt.vim - the Requirements File Format syntax support for Vim

  •    Vim

the Requirements File Format syntax support for Vim. Deploy all files under $VIMRUNTIME.

grip - A better package manager for Python

  •    Python

Does what pip should have been doing by now. grip is a drop-in extension wrapper for pip that adds commands like install --save, check and run, takes a virtualenv-first approach and doesn't need a wonky source venv/bin/activate.

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