kneden - Transpile ES2017 async/await to vanilla ES6 Promise chains: a Babel plugin

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This project is currently unmaintained. If you want to take over, feel free to fork the repo. If such a fork gets maintained or contains useful improvements, I'd be willing to merge back and give repo+npm access.WARNING: Kneden is usable, but it's also not complete yet.

https://github.com/babel/kneden

Dependencies:

babel-helper-hoist-variables : ^6.5.0
babel-template : ^6.3.13
babel-types : ^6.5.2
js-extend : ^1.0.1

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