open-in-editor - NPM package to open a file in editor

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NPM package to open a file in editor. You also can use any other editor that is able to open files from command line.

https://github.com/lahmatiy/open-in-editor

Dependencies:

clap : ^1.1.3
os-homedir : ~1.0.2

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