Node-Growler - A node.js Growl server which communicates with Growl clients using GNTP

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A Growl server for node.js which sends notifications to remote and local Growl clients using GNTP. Could for example be used to notify you when something happens on your node.js server, e.g. a user just logged in. Also, check the examples directory.


underscore : >=1.1.5



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