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Upgrade brightray for dev tools fix
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atom Add read-only version to planned 2.0 API Jan 12, 2017
chromium_src Reorder BrowserProcess constructor to avoid invalid memory Jan 13, 2017
default_app Add toggledevtools menu item role Nov 17, 2016
docs-translations Merge pull request #8343 from oukan/feature/translate-zh-CN Jan 6, 2017
docs Switch to footer link syntax Jan 13, 2017
lib Track visited parents and null out cycles Jan 6, 2017
script use one line Jan 12, 2017
spec Add specs for process.versions.electron/chrome Jan 12, 2017
tools Update more download URLs from atom-shell to electron Nov 4, 2016
vendor Upgrade brightray for dev tools fix Jan 13, 2017
.clang-format Add clang-format config file. Oct 4, 2016
.gitignore Consolidate log files Nov 1, 2016
.gitmodules Update native-mate to electron org Jan 12, 2017
.node-version Update .node-version Jul 21, 2016
.travis.yml Update Travis config to build on node 4.5.0 Sep 8, 2016 📝 Update to v1.4 of the Code of Conduct May 5, 2016 Add link to dutch translation in Oct 6, 2016 🎨 Nov 4, 2016
LICENSE Update copyright year in LICENSE file Jan 3, 2017 Fix electron-jp's link in Dec 25, 2016
appveyor.yml Use VS2015 on appveyor May 13, 2016
common.gypi Update to Node 6.5.0 Sep 14, 2016
electron.gyp Bump v1.4.14 Jan 10, 2017
filenames.gypi revert renames of internal web-view stuff Dec 22, 2016
package.json create electron-api.json in dist, not as a side-effect of linting Jan 11, 2017
toolchain.gypi Move project-specific flags to common.gypi. Aug 11, 2016

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