atom-babel6-transpiler - A transpiler for Atom packages that processes code with Babel

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This project implements an Atom package transpiler that transpiles your package's files with Babel 6.You may also specify options in your package.json inside the optional options object; the subkey babel, if it exists, will be passed as options to babel.transform. Note that if you don't want Babel to search up the directory hierarchy for a .babelrc file, you need to add the "babelrc": false option to the settings. Otherwise Babel may mistakenly use a user's .babelrc from elsewhere on the filesystem when trying to build your package.

https://github.com/atom/atom-babel6-transpiler

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babel-core : 6.x

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