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We recommend you to develop on Cloud9 IDE http://c9.io Just fork the project on github and then open it using Cloud9 IDE. To get a github-client-id and a github-client-secret, go to https://github.com/settings/applications and register a new application.

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Dependencies:

async : ~0.2.8
ejs : ~0.8.4
ejs-locals : ~1.0.2
express : ~3.4.4
github : ^0.2.4
i18n-2 : ^0.4.6
merge-descriptors : ^1.0.0
mime : ^1.3.4
newrelic : ~1.4.0
pagedown : ^1.1.0
passport : ^0.2.2
passport-github : >= 0.0.0
restler : ~3.2.0
socket.io : ~0.9.14
underscore : ~1.5.2

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