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A habit tracker app which treats your goals like a Role Playing Game.
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common chore(event): Revert NPCs
database_reports Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/Alys/eyewear1' into develop
dist Merge branch 'develop' of into rebalancing
keys/google Revert "refactor(iap): use env var for google IAP". orders are being
migrations Merge branch 'issue-6043' of
tasks chore(gulp): Add convience task for starting up a test server.
test Merge remote-tracking branch 'origin/pr/5968' into develop
website Merge remote-tracking branch 'origin/pr/5968' into develop
.bowerrc Removes custom bower directories
.buildpacks refactor(tasks) improve UI consistency
.codeclimate.yml Only list javascript in .codeclimate.yml
.eslintrc Move test specific eslint rules to eslint task
.gitignore Revert "Ignorado sublime"
.nodemonignore Corrected paths or nodemonignore
.nvmrc put.nvmrc back
.travis.yml Add gulp to travis remove FAQ from - it's less relevant there and confus…
Dockerfile Update docker file
Gruntfile.js Switch to babel-core form babel.
LICENSE chore(license): remove conflicting text (fixes #2596), and simply ref…
Procfile start server using just node, not nodemon Update HabitRPG -> Habitica text changes
Vagrantfile.example Create Vagrantfile.example
bower.json Pin to specific bower versions
config.json.example Move post to slack function to task helper
gulpfile.js Switch to babel-core form babel.
karma.conf.js Merge branch 'develop' into sabrecat/party-page
package.json Add linting for tests
protractor.conf.js Only start up server in tests if it is not already running. Updated vagrant provisioning script to update npm to the latest versi…

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Habitica is an open source habit building program which treats your life like a Role Playing Game. Level up as you succeed, lose HP as you fail, earn money to buy weapons and armor.

We need more programmers! Your assistance will be greatly appreciated.

For an introduction to the technologies used and how the software is organized, refer to Contributing to Habitica - "Coders (Web & Mobile)" section.

To set up a local install of Habitica for development and testing, see Setting up Habitica Locally, which contains instructions for Windows, *nix / Mac OS, and Vagrant.

Then read Guidance for Blacksmiths for additional instructions and useful tips.

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