coffin - coffee-script dsl for aws cloudformation templates

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coffee-script dsl for aws cloudformation templates

http://chrisfjones.github.com/coffin
https://github.com/chrisfjones/coffin

Dependencies:

coffee-script : 1.1.x
commander : 0.4.x
pkginfo : 0.2.x
colors : 0.5.x

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