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Backport (2-0-x) - Enable easy rebuild of native modules for unreleased electron #12260

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Backport of #12217

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MarshallOfSound added some commits Mar 12, 2018

Enable easy rebuild of native modules for unreleased electron
Sometimes when developing locally (as I found this morning) you want to rebuild native modules
against an unreleased version of Electron (in this case local master).  This PR adds a simple
script to launch a local HTTP server that generates and hosts the required header and checksum
files to rebuild modules.  So far only tested on macOS but should work on all OS's

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@MarshallOfSound MarshallOfSound merged commit ab77b55 into electron:2-0-x Mar 14, 2018

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