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Django admin bootstrapped Apache 2.0 A Bootstrap theme for Django Admin Learn More
Flaky Apache 2.0 Plugin for nose or pytest that automatically reruns flaky tests Learn More
Funcsigs Apache 2.0 Python function signatures from PEP362 for Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2+ Learn More
PBR Apache 2.0 Python Build Reasonableness Learn More
Requests Apache 2.0 Python HTTP for Humans Learn More
Selenium Apache 2.0 Python language bindings for Selenium Learn More
Coverage Apache 2.0 Code coverage measurement for Python Learn More
Packaging Apache 2.0 & BSD 2-Clause Core utilities for Python packages Learn More
Cryptography Apache 2.0 & BSD 3-Clause A package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers Learn More
Django dajaxice BSD Agnostic and easy to use ajax library for Django Learn More
Enum34 BSD Python 3.4 Enum backported to 3.3, 3.2, 3.1, 2.7, 2.6, 2.5, and 2.4 Learn More
Traitlets BSD (declared) A configuration system for Python applications Learn More
Celerytest BSD 2-Clause Run a monitored Celery worker for integration tests that depend on Celery tasks Learn More
Decorator BSD 2-Clause Decorators for Humans Learn More
Django rest framework BSD 2-Clause Web APIs for Django, made easy Learn More
Django selectable BSD 2-Clause Auto-complete selection widgets using Django and jQuery UI Learn More
Fabric BSD 2-Clause High level SSH command execution Learn More
Pysan1 BSD 2-Clause ASN.1 types and codecs Learn More
Pygments BSD 2-Clause Pygments is a syntax highlighting package written in Python Learn More
AMQP BSD 3-Clause Low-level AMQP client for Python (fork of amqplib) Learn More
Anyjson BSD 3-Clause Wraps the best available JSON implementation available in a common interface Learn More
Billiard BSD 3-Clause Python multiprocessing fork with improvements and bugfixes Learn More
Celery BSD 3-Clause Distributed Task Queue Learn More
Django BSD 3-Clause A high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design Learn More
Django celery BSD 3-Clause Old django celery integration project Learn More
Django nose BSD 3-Clause Makes your Django tests simple and snappy Learn More
Django storages BSD 3-Clause Support for many storage backends in Django Learn More
ipython BSD 3-Clause IPython: Productive Interactive Computing Learn More
iPython genutils BSD 3-Clause Vestigial utilities from IPython Learn More
Kombu BSD 3-Clause Messaging library for Python Learn More
Numpy BSD 3-Clause NumPy is the fundamental package for array computing with Python Learn More
Pika BSD 3-Clause Pika Python AMQP Client Library Learn More
Posix IPC BSD 3-Clause POSIX IPC primitives (semaphores, shared memory and message queues) for Python Learn More
Prompt toolkit BSD 3-Clause Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python Learn More
PSUtil BSD 3-Clause Cross-platform lib for process and system monitoring in Python Learn More
Pycparser BSD 3-Clause C parser in Python Learn More
Pyserial BSD 3-Clause Python Serial Port Extension Learn More
Pytest django BSD 3-Clause A Django plugin for pytest Learn More
Python dateutil BSD 3-Clause Extensions to the standard python 2.3+ datetime module Learn More
Qrcode BSD 3-Clause QR Code image generator Learn More
Reportlab BSD 3-Clause An Open Source Python library for generating PDFs and graphics Learn More
Scandir BSD 3-Clause A directory iterator and faster os.walk() Learn More
Vine BSD 3-Clause Networking tools Learn More
Pygraphviz BSD 3-Clause (declared) Python interface to Graphviz Learn More
Idna BSD 3-Clause (including PSF v2 and Unicode inc) Internationalized Domain Names in Applications (IDNA) Learn More
Olefile Custom (BSD 2-Clause like) Python package to parse, read and write Microsoft OLE2 files (Structured Storage or Compound Document, Microsoft Office) Learn More
Psycopg2 Custom (LGPL like) Psycopg 2 is mostly implemented in C as a libpq wrapper, resulting in being both efficient and secure Learn More
Pillow Custom (MIT like) Python Imaging Library (Fork) Learn More
Matplotlib Custom (PSF-like) Python plotting package Learn More
V4L2 GPL Python bindings for the v4l2 userspace api Learn More
Pexpect ISC Pexpect allows easy control of interactive console applications Learn More
Ptyprocess ISC Run a subprocess in a pseudo terminal Learn More
Nose LGPL 2.1 nose extends unittest to make testing easier Learn More
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Paramiko LGPL 2.1 SSH2 protocol library Learn More
Apipkg MIT Namespace control and lazy-import mechanism Learn More
Appdirs MIT A small Python module for determining appropriate platform-specific dirs, e.g. a “user data dir” Learn More
Backports.shutil MIT A backport of the get_terminal_size function from Python 3.3’s shutil Learn More
CFFI MIT Foreign Function Interface for Python calling C code Learn More
Configparser MIT Updated configparser from Python 3.7 for Python 2.6+ Learn More
Django extensions MIT Extensions for Django Learn More
Django picklefield MIT Pickled object field for Django Learn More
Execnet MIT rRapid multi-Python deployment Learn More
Flake8 MIT The modular source code checker: pep8, pyflakes and co Learn More
Frozendict MIT An immutable dictionary Learn More
Hypchat MIT Package for HipChat’s v2 API Learn More
Jsonschema MIT An implementation of JSON Schema validation for Python Learn More
Lockfile MIT Platform-independent file locking module Learn More
McCabe MIT McCabe checker, plugin for flake8 Learn More
Mock MIT Rolling backport of unittest.mock for all Pythons Learn More
Nosexcover MIT Extends nose.plugins.cover to add Cobertura-style XML reports Learn More
Pathlib2 MIT Object-oriented filesystem paths Learn More
Pickleshare MIT Tiny ‘shelve’-like database with concurrency support Learn More
Pip MIT The PyPA recommended tool for installing Python packages Learn More
Py MIT library with cross-python path, ini-parsing, io, code, log facilities Learn More
Pycodestyle MIT Python style guide checker Learn More
Pyflakes MIT passive checker of Python programs Learn More
Pyro4 MIT distributed object middleware for Python (RPC) Learn More
Pytest MIT pytest: simple powerful testing with Python Learn More
Pytest cov MIT Pytest plugin for measuring coverage Learn More
Pytest pythonpath MIT pytest plugin for adding to the PYTHONPATH from command line or configs Learn More
Pytest xdist MIT pytest xdist plugin for distributed testing and loop-on-failing modes Learn More
PyYAML MIT YAML parser and emitter for Python Learn More
Serpent MIT Serialization based on ast.literal_eval Learn More
Setuptools MIT Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages Learn More
Six MIT Six is a Python 2 and 3 compatibility library Learn More
Testfixtures MIT A collection of helpers and mock objects for unit tests and doc tests Learn More
Wcwidth MIT Measures number of Terminal column cells of wide-character codes Learn More
Hgapi MIT & BSD Python API to Mercurial using the command-line interface Learn More
Pyparsing MIT (declared) Python parsing module Learn More
Python memcached stats MIT (declared) Python class to gather stats and slab keys from memcached via the memcached telnet interface Learn More
Pytz MIT (declared) World timezone definitions, modern and historical Learn More
Functools32 PSF v2 Backport of the functools module from Python 3.2.3 for use on 2.7 and PyPy Learn More
V4L2 capture Public Domain A slim and easy to use Python extension for capturing video with video4linux2 Learn More
IP address Python software foundation IPv4/IPv6 manipulation library Learn More
Python memcached Python software foundation Pure python memcached client Learn More
Threadpool Python software foundation (declared) Easy to use object-oriented thread pool framework Learn More
Simplegeneric ZPL (declared) Lets you define simple single-dispatch generic functions Learn More

 

 

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The following open source libraries are subject to the terms and conditions of The MIT License (MIT), included below.

  • Apipkg, Copyright © 2009-2018 Holger Krekel
  • Appdirs, Copyright © 2010-2017 Trent Mick; Sridhar Ratnakumar; Jeff Rous
  • shutil, Copyright © 2014 Christopher Rosell
  • CFFI, Copyright © 2012-2019 Armin Rigo, Maciej Fijalkowski
  • Configparser, Copyright © 2011-2019 Łukasz Langa
  • Django extensions, Copyright © 2009-2019 Michael Trier
  • Django picklefield, Copyright © 2009-2018 Simon Charette
  • Execnet, Copyright © 2009-2019 Holger Krekel and others
  • Flake8, Copyright © 2010-2019 Tarek Ziade
  • Frozendict, Copyright © 2012-2016 Santiago Lezica
  • Hypchat, Copyright © 2013-2016 Riders Discount
  • Jsonschema, Copyright © 2012-2019 Julian Berman
  • Lockfile, Copyright © 2009-2015 OpenStack
  • McCabe, Copyright © 2013-2017 Ian Cardasco
  • Mock, Copyright © 2008-2019 Testing Cabal
  • Nosexcover, Copyright © 2009-2016 Chris Heisel
  • Pathlib2, Copyright © 2012-2014 Antoine Pitrou
  • Pickleshare, Copyright © 2006-2018 Ville Vaino
  • Pip, Copyright © 2008-2019 The Pip Developers
  • Py, Copyright © 2006-2019 Holger Krekel, Ronny Pfannschmidt, Benjamin Peterson, and others
  • Pycodestyle, Copyright © 2016-2019 Ian Lee
  • Pyflakes, Copyright © 2005-2019 A lot of people
  • Pyro4, Copyright © 2011-2019 Irmen de Jong
  • Pytest, Copyright © 2010-2019 Holger Krekel, Bruno Oliveira, Ronny Pfannschmidt, Floris Bruynooghe, Brianna Laugher, Florian Bruhin and others
  • Pytest cov, Copyright © 2010-2019 Marc Schlaich
  • Pytest pythonpath, Copyright © 2014-2018 Eric Palakovich Carr
  • Pytest xdist, Copyright © 2010-2019 Holger Krekel and contributors
  • PyYAML, Copyright © 2006-2019 Kirill Siminov
  • Serpent, Copyright © 2013-2019 Irmen de Jong
  • Setuptools, Copyright © 2006-2019 Python Packaging Authority
  • Six, Copyright © 2010-2019 Benjamin Peterson
  • Testfixtures, Copyright © 2008-2019 Chris Withers
  • Wcwidth, Copyright © 2014-2016 Jeff Quast
  • Hgapi, Copyright © 2011-2017 Fredrik Håård
  • Pyparsing, Copyright © 2004-2019 Paul McGuire
  • Python memcached stats, Copyright © 2017 Abhishek Shrivastava
  • Pytz, Copyright © 2004-2019 Stuart Bishop

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The following open source libraries are subject to the terms and conditions of the Apache License Version 2.0, included below.

  • Django admin bootstrapped, Copyright © 2012-2015 Riccardo Magliocchetti
  • Flaky, Copyright © 2014-2019 Box
  • Funcsigs, Copyright © 2013-2016 Testing Cabal
  • PBR, Copyright © 2013-2019 OpenStack
  • Requests, Copyright © 2011-2019 Kenneth Reitz
  • Selenium, Copyright © 2008-2019
  • Coverage, Copyright © 2005-2019 Ned Batchelder and 100 others
  • Packaging, Copyright © 2014-2019 Donald Stuffit and individual contributors
  • Cryptography, Copyright © 2014-2019 The cryptography developers

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      • Celerytest , Copyright © 2014 Willem Bult
      • Decorator, Copyright © 2011-2019 Michele Simionato
      • Django rest framework, Copyright © 2017 Tom Christie
      • Django selectable, Copyright © 2011-2019 Mark Lavin
      • Fabric, Copyright © 2008-2019 Jeff Forcier
      • Pyasn1, Copyright © 2007-2019 Ilya Etingof
      • Pygments, Copyright © 2006-2019 Georg Brandl

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      • AMQP, Copyright © 2011-2019 Barry Pederson
      • Anyjson, Copyright © 2009-2012 Rune Halvorsen
      • Billiard, Copyright © 2009-2019 R Oudkerk / Python Software Foundation
      • Celery, Copyright © 2009-2019 Ask Solem
      • Django, Copyright © 2010-2019 Django Software Foundation
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      • Django nose, Copyright © 2009-2018 Erik Rose
      • Django storages, Copyright © 2009-2019 Josh Schneier
      • ipython, Copyright © 2006-2019 The IPython Development Team
      • iPython genutils, Copyright © 2015-2017 The IPython Development Team
      • Kombu, Copyright © 2010-2019 Ask Solem
      • Numpy, Copyright © 2006-2019 Travis E. Oliphant et al.
      • Pika, Copyright © 2010-2019
      • Posix IPC, Copyright © 2009-2018 Phillip Semanchuk
      • Prompt toolkit, Copyright © 2014-2019 Jonathan Slenders
      • PSUtil, Copyright © 2009-2019 Giampaolo Rodola
      • Pycparser, Copyright © 2011-2018 Eli Bendersky
      • Pyserial, Copyright © 2003-2017 Chris Liechti
      • Pytest django, Copyright © 2012-2019 Andreas Pelme
      • Python dateutil, Copyright © 2003-2019 Gustavo Niemeyer
      • Qrcode, Copyright © 2011-2019 Lincoln Loop
      • Reportlab, Copyright © 2006-2019 Andy Robinson, Robin Becker, the ReportLab team and the community
      • Scandir, Copyright © 2014-2019 Ben Hoyt
      • Vine, Copyright © 2016-2019 Ask Solem
      • Pygraphviz, Copyright © 2005-2018 Aric Hagberg
      • Idna, Copyright © 2013-2018 Kim Davies

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      • Threadpool, Copyright © 2015 Christopher Arndt

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