node-windows - Windows support for Node.JS scripts (daemons, eventlog, UAC, etc).

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A number of issues that have been lingering since 2015 have finally been resolved, including .NET 4+ support.The number of issues between this project and it's sister projects (node-mac & node-linux) are accruing at a rate that deserves more attention than I can provide on my own. I'm actively looking for maintainers to help run this project. Please get in touch via gitter if you're interested.

https://github.com/coreybutler/node-windows

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optimist : ~0.6.0
xml : 0.0.12

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