Lepton - 💻 Democratizing Snippet Management (macOS/Win/Linux)

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Lepton is a lean code snippet manager based on GitHub Gist. Check out its latest release. Check out the .leptonrc template to explore different customization options.

http://hackjutsu.com/Lepton
https://github.com/hackjutsu/Lepton

Dependencies:

autolinker : ^1.8.1
babel-eslint : ^10.0.1
babel-plugin-syntax-dynamic-import : ^6.18.0
bluebird : ^3.5.3
chart.js : ^1.1.1
codemirror : ^5.42.0
codemirror-one-dark-theme : ^1.1.1
electron-context-menu : ^0.10.1
electron-is-dev : ^1.0.0
electron-json-storage-sync : ^1.1.1
electron-localshortcut : ^3.1.0
electron-updater : ^4.0.0
electron-window-state : ^5.0.0
fuse.js : ^3.3.0
highlight.js : ^9.15.10
highlightjs-solidity : ^1.0.6
human-readable-time : ^0.3.0
image-downloader : ^3.4.2
markdown-it : ^8.4.2
markdown-it-katex : ^2.0.3
markdown-it-task-lists : ^2.1.1
moment : ^2.22.2
nconf : ^0.10.0
notebookjs : ^0.3.2
prismjs : ^1.15.0
proxy-agent : ^3.0.0
react : ^16.6.3
react-bootstrap : ^0.32.4
react-chartjs : ^1.2.0
react-codemirror : ^1.0.0
react-dom : ^16.6.3
react-redux : ^5.1.1
react-split-pane : ^0.1.84
redux : ^4.0.0
redux-form : ^7.4.2
redux-thunk : ^2.3.0
request : ^2.88.0
request-promise : ^4.2.2
twitter-text : ^3.0.0
valid-filename : ^2.0.1
webpack-cli : ^3.1.1
winston : ^2.4.4

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