rets-client - Node.js RETS Client (Real Estate Transaction Standard)

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A RETS (Real Estate Transaction Standard) client for Node.js. Added timeout setting, and allow COMPACT format.

https://github.com/sbruno81/rets-client

Dependencies:

base64-stream : ^0.1.3
bluebird : ^2.9.25
bufferstream : ^0.6.2
debug : ^2.2.0
formidable : ~1.1.1
node-expat : ^2.3.10
request : ^2.55.0
request-debug : ^0.2.0
stream-buffers : ~0.2.5
through2 : ^2.0.0

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