nexe - 🎉 create a single executable out of your node.js apps

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Nexe is a command-line utility that compiles your Node.js application into a single executable file.


app-builder : ^5.1.0
typescript : 2.5.3
caw : ^2.0.1
chalk : ^1.1.3
download : ^6.2.0
fuse-box : ^3.1.0
globby : ^6.1.0
got : ^8.0.3
minimist : ^1.2.0
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
ora : ^1.2.0
pify : ^3.0.0
rimraf : ^2.6.1
uglify-es : ^3.3.9
uglify-js : 3.0.28



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