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TODO: script name here

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A node.js script for TODO.

Why would I want that?

TODO

How do I install it?

If you're using npm:

npm install TODO --save

Or if you just want the git repo:

git clone git@github.com:TODO/TODO.git

How do I use it?

From the command line

TODO

TODO: examples

As a library

TODO

TODO: examples

Is there a change log?

Yes.

How do I set up the build environment?

The build environment relies on node.js, JSHint, Mocha, Chai and [UglifyJS]. Assuming that you already have node and NPM set up, you just need to run npm install to install all of the dependencies as listed in package.json.

You can lint the code with the command npm run lint.

You can run the unit tests with the command npm test.

What license is it released under?

MIT