ever-notedown - Atom Editor Plugin

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This is an Atom plugin for editing Evernote notes in Markdown format that works with the Evernote Mac client via AppleScript. Please read more here.



moment : ^2.9.0
atom-space-pen-views : ^2.0.3
fs-plus : >=2.0.0
git-utils : >=4.0.0
highlights-native : ^2.1.0
roaster : ^1.1.2
temp : ^0.7.0
underscore-plus : ^1.0.0
cheerio : ^0.18.0
inline-css : git://github.com/cs150bf/inline-css
mime : *
season : >=5.0.2



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