node-webkit-updater - node-webkit autoupdater

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Hi, I cant support this package since not working with NW anymore. So I would love to give the project out to somebody who cares. Contact me on twitter @edjafarov. This is node-webkit-updater.


ncp : 2.0.0
request : ~2.64.0
tar.gz : ^0.1.1
del : ~0.1.2
semver : ^5.0.3



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