avn-nvm - avn plugin for nvm

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nvm plugin for avn. This plugin is maintained by the avn team. Please report issues directly to avn.

https://github.com/wbyoung/avn-nvm

Dependencies:

bluebird : ^2.9.15
concat-stream : ^1.4.6
semver : ^5.0.3

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