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Store, distribute and deploy your private Python packages
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What is Packagr?

It is a private Python package repository with security scanning. Store, distribute and deploy your private Python packages.
Packagr is a tool in the Hosted Package Repository category of a tech stack.

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Packagr's Features

  • Easily integrate Packagr into your existing Python infrastructure
  • Work with up to 100 developers, with total control over who can access what
  • Your packages are stored securely on Amazon S3 and transferred via HTTPS

Packagr Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Packagr?
It helps you build packages quickly and easily (Packages like RPM and DEB formats). FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE: IF FPM IS NOT HELPING YOU MAKE PACKAGES EASILY, THEN THERE IS A BUG IN FPM.
Install or build your own packages for any platform. Conan also allows you to run your own server easily from the command line.
Hosted service for your private and custom packages to simplify your deployment story. Once you upload your packages and enable your Gemfury repository, you can securely deploy any package to any host. Your private RubyGems, Python packages, and NPM modules will be safe and within reach on Gemfury. Install them to any machine in minutes without worrying about running and securing your own private repository.<br>
aptly is a swiss army knife for Debian repository management: it allows you to mirror remote repositories, manage local package repositories, take snapshots, pull new versions of packages along with dependencies, publish as Debian repository.
It is the main Composer repository. It aggregates public PHP packages installable with Composer. It lets you find packages and lets Composer know where to get the code from. You can use Composer to manage your project or libraries' dependencies
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