first-run - Check if it's the first time the process is run

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Can be used to greet the user the first time they use your CLI app, show usage tip, initialize something, etc.The name used to identify it.

https://github.com/sindresorhus/first-run

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configstore : ^2.0.0
read-pkg-up : ^1.0.1

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