Are you tired of installing Python libraries? With autolib, you'll never need to install another Python library again. (This was an April Fool's Day project.)
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autolib.py
test.py

README

What is autolib?
The last Python library you'll need. 

But how???
### Use an existing library:
>>> from autolib import autolib
>>> autolib.test.foo()
3
>>> autolib.test.bar()
0.36787944117144233
### Add your library to the global pool!
>>> import my_helpers
>>> autolib.andrews_helpers = my_helpers
### Now anyone else can do this:
>>> from autolib import autolib
>>> autolib.andrews_helpers

How do I install it?
Download autolib.py and put it somewhere where Python will find it.

Is autolib safe to use?
It turns out that the answer for most people will be "it depends", when all is said and done.