pymills 3.4 Documentation
Date:March 31, 2016


pymills is a collection of various useful Python utility modules maintained by James Mills. Some are written by James Mills while others are borrowed from other sources and attributed.


You may not find this library/package useful to you as I (James Mills) don’t actively maintain this as a real project as such. It was my first ever Python Package (and the name has stuck) and I generally just throw things in it that I can find no better place for. See the API to find anything of interest.

Latest PyPI version Number of PyPI downloads Build Status Requirements Status


The simplest and recommended way to install pymills is with pip. You may install the latest stable release from PyPI with pip:

> pip install pymills

If you do not have pip, you may use easy_install:

> easy_install pymills

Alternatively, you may download the source package from the PyPI Page or the Downloads page on the Project Website; extract it and install using:

> python install

You can also install the latest-development version by using pip or easy_install:

> pip install pymills==dev


> easy_install pymills==dev

For further information see the pymills documentation.

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