pg-promise - Promises/A+ interface for PostgreSQL

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Promises interface for PostgreSQL

https://github.com/vitaly-t/pg-promise

Dependencies:

manakin : ~0.5.1
pg : ~6.4.2
pg-minify : ~0.5.3
spex : ~1.2.0

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