206 packages returned for Tags:"Python"

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  • 1,551,689 total downloads
  • last updated 11/5/2021
  • Latest version: 3.11.0-a2
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Installs 64-bit Python for use in build scenarios.
  • 520,403 total downloads
  • last updated 11/5/2021
  • Latest version: 3.11.0-a2
  • python
Installs 32-bit Python for use in build scenarios.
IronPython is an open-source implementation of the Python programming language which is tightly integrated with the .NET Framework. IronPython can use the .NET Framework and Python libraries, and other .NET languages can use Python code just as easily.
Serpent provides Python ast.literal_eval() compatible object tree serialization. It serializes an object tree into bytes that can be transferred to Python and decoded there (using ast.literal_eval()). It can ofcourse also deserialize such a Python expression itself, back into the equivalent .NET... More information
Thin client-side communication library to connect to Python applications, using the Pyro5 protocol. More info about Pyro: https://pyro5.readthedocs.io/
  • 183,187 total downloads
  • last updated 4/20/2020
  • Latest version: 2.7.18
  • python
Installs 64-bit Python 2.7 for use in build scenarios.
  • 89,015 total downloads
  • last updated 4/20/2020
  • Latest version: 2.7.18
  • python
Installs 32-bit Python 2.7 for use in build scenarios.
  • 37,694 total downloads
  • last updated 3/22/2021
  • Latest version: 3.9.2
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Python environment extracted from official 32-bit installation for Windows.
  • 24,873 total downloads
  • last updated 3/22/2021
  • Latest version: 3.9.2
  • python
Python environment extracted from official 64-bit installation for Windows.
Python.Included is an automatic deployment mechanism for .NET packages which depend on the embedded Python distribution. This allows libraries depending on Python and/or Python packages to be deployed via Nuget without having to worry about any local Python installations.
Provides the infrastructure for executing Python scripts. Typically used areas and classes/interfaces/services: - PythonLanguageService. Kephas Framework ("stone" in aramaic) aims to deliver a solid infrastructure for applications and application ecosystems.