init-package-json - A node module to get your node module started

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A node module to get your node module started


glob : ^7.1.1
npm-package-arg : ^4.0.0 || ^5.0.0
promzard : ^0.3.0
read : ~1.0.1
read-package-json : 1 || 2
semver : 2.x || 3.x || 4 || 5
validate-npm-package-license : ^3.0.1
validate-npm-package-name : ^3.0.0



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