broccoli-persistent-filter

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broccoli filter but with a persistent cache

https://github.com/stefanpenner/broccoli-persistent-filter#readme

Dependencies:

async-disk-cache : ^1.2.1
async-promise-queue : ^1.0.3
broccoli-plugin : ^1.0.0
fs-tree-diff : ^0.5.2
hash-for-dep : ^1.0.2
heimdalljs : ^0.2.1
heimdalljs-logger : ^0.1.7
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
promise-map-series : ^0.2.1
rimraf : ^2.6.1
rsvp : ^3.0.18
symlink-or-copy : ^1.0.1
walk-sync : ^0.3.1

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