sindredash - Fighting back against modularity - a Sindre utility suite.

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Fighting back against modularity - a @sindresorhus utility suite.Supporting Sindre's libraries that have been modified since 2015, 'cause I don't have all day, damn.

https://github.com/stephenplusplus/sindredash

Dependencies:

alpha-sort : ^1.0.1
archs : ^1.0.0
binary-extensions : ^1.0.1
bower-name : ^1.0.1
caller-callsite : ^1.0.0
caller-path : ^1.0.0
camelcase : ^1.0.2
cat-names : ^1.0.1
compare-urls : ^1.0.0
condense-whitespace : ^1.0.0
cp-file : ^2.0.2
cpy : ^2.0.0
debug-log : ^1.0.0
decamelize : ^1.0.0
default-uid : ^1.0.0
detect-newline : ^1.0.2
dog-names : ^1.0.1
dot-prop : ^1.0.1
downgrade-root : ^1.1.0
each-async : ^1.1.1
filename-reserved-regex : ^1.0.0
filenamify : ^1.0.1
filenamify-url : ^1.0.0
get-stdin : ^4.0.1
get-urls : ^4.0.0
github-username : ^1.1.1
globby : ^1.1.0
has-dom : ^1.0.0
humanize-string : ^1.0.1
humanize-url : ^1.0.1
ipify : ^1.0.3
is-binary-path : ^1.0.0
is-html : ^1.0.0
is-md : ^1.0.0
is-progressive : ^1.0.0
is-stream : ^1.0.1
is-up : ^1.0.3
lowercase-keys : ^1.0.0
markdown-extensions : ^1.1.0
modify-keys : ^1.0.0
modify-values : ^1.0.0
multiline : ^1.0.2
newline-br : ^1.0.0
node-platforms : ^1.0.0
noop3 : ^13.7.2
normalize-url : ^1.0.2
npm-keyword : ^1.0.1
npm-name : ^1.0.3
os-name : ^1.0.3
osx-release : ^1.0.0
package-json : ^1.0.1
pad-stream : ^1.0.0
prepend-http : ^1.0.1
public-ip : ^1.0.2
random-word : ^1.0.1
read-chunk : ^1.0.1
registry-url : ^2.1.0
root-check : ^1.0.0
somebody : ^2.0.0
sort-on : ^1.0.1
strip-ansi : ^2.0.1
strip-css-comments : ^2.0.0
strip-json-comments : ^1.0.2
strip-outer : ^1.0.0
strip-url-auth : ^1.0.0
sudo-block : ^1.1.0
superb : ^1.1.2
titleize : ^1.0.0
trim-repeated : ^1.0.0
unique-random : ^1.0.0
unique-random-array : ^1.0.0
untildify : ^2.0.0
user-home : ^1.1.1
valid-filename : ^1.0.0
win-release : ^1.0.0
xdg-basedir : ^1.0.1

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