jitsi-meet-electron-utils - Utilities for jitsi-meet-electron project

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Utilities for jitsi-meet-electron project. jitsi-meet-electron-utils contains native code for some utilities. You'll need node-gyp to build it and also you'll need to rebuild the package for Electron. For more information see Using Native Node Modules and electron-rebuild.

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-electron-utils

Dependencies:

nan : ^2.2.1
postis : ^2.2.0
prebuild-install : ^2.4.1
robotjs : jitsi/robotjs#jitsi

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