diff2html-cli - Simple CLI for diff2html library

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Simple CLI for diff2html library



copy-paste : ^1.3.0
diff2html : ^2.3.2
extend : ^3.0.1
open : ^0.0.5
request : ^2.83.0
yargs : ^9.0.1



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