yenv - Environment management for Node using YAML.

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Manage environment stuff with YAML.Requires node v4.x or above.

https://github.com/jeffijoe/yenv#readme

Dependencies:

deep-extend : ^0.4.1
js-yaml : ^3.6.1

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