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+/* jshint node: true */
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+var _ = require('lodash');
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+var path = require('path');
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+
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+module.exports = function(grunt) {
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+
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+  var NW_VERSION = '0.12.2';
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+  var BUILD_DIR = 'build';
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+  var BUILD_TARGETS = {
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+    linux_ia32: true,
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+    linux_x64: true,
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+    win: true,
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+    osx: false
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+  };
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+  var PKG = grunt.file.readJSON('package.json');
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+  var PKG_OVERWRITE = {
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+    window: {
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+      toolbar: false
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+    }
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+  };
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+
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+  // Create build tasks options
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+  var buildOptions = _.merge({
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+    runtimeVersion: NW_VERSION
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+  }, BUILD_TARGETS);
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+
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+  // Define copy:build tasks files
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+  var appFiles = [];
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+
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+  _.forEach(BUILD_TARGETS, function(isEnabled, target) {
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+
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+    if(!isEnabled) return;
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+
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+    var arch = 'ia32';
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+    var platform = target;
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+    if(platform.indexOf('linux') !== -1) {
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+      arch = platform.split('_')[1];
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+      platform = 'linux';
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+    }
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+    var dirName = PKG.name + '-' + PKG.version + '-' + platform + '-' + arch;
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+    var destPath = path.join(BUILD_DIR, dirName + '/');
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+
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+    // Retreive NPM dependencies
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+    var npmDeps = _.keys(PKG.dependencies).map(function(moduleName) {
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+      return path.join('node_modules', moduleName, '**');
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+    });
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+    appFiles.push({ src: npmDeps, dest: destPath });
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+
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+    // Add main files, licence, & config
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+    appFiles.push({
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+      src: [
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+        'index.html',
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+        'package.json',
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+        'css/**',
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+        'js/**',
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+        'img/**'
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+      ],
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+      dest: destPath
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+    });
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+  });
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+
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+  // Configure tasks
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+  grunt.initConfig({
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+
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+    pkg: PKG,
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+
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+    download: {
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+      options: {
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+        runtimeVersion: NW_VERSION
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+      }
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+    },
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+
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+    run: {
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+      options: {
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+        nwArgs: ['.'].concat(process.argv.slice(3)),
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+        runtimeVersion: NW_VERSION
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+      }
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+    },
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+    build: {
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+      options: buildOptions
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+    },
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+
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+    clean: {
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+      build: [BUILD_DIR]
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+    },
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+    copy: {
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+      build: {
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+        files: appFiles,
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+        options: {
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+          noProcess: ['**','!package.json'],
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+          process: function() {
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+            var pkg = _.merge(PKG, PKG_OVERWRITE);
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+            return JSON.stringify(pkg, null, 2);
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+          }
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+        }
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+      }
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+    }
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+  });
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+
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+  grunt.registerTask('kaki:run',  ['download', 'run']);
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+  grunt.registerTask(
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+    'kaki:build',
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+    ['download', 'build', 'copy:build']
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+  );
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+  grunt.registerTask('default', ['kaki:run']);
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+
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+  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-clean');
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+  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-copy');
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+  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-nw');
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+
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+};

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+# Kaki
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+
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+Application loader
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+
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+## Getting started
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+
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+```
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+git clone <repo>
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+cd kaki
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+git checkout develop
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+npm install
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+npm start
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+```
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+
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+### Passing options in development
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+
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+```
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+npm start -- [options...]
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+```
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+
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+Exemple:
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+```
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+npm start -- --profile=my-profile.json
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+```
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+
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+## How to contribute
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+
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+This project uses [Git Flow](http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/).

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+* {
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+  padding: 1Opx 10px;
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+  margin: 0;
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+  font-family: 'Droid Sans', 'Ubuntu Sans', sans-serif;
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+  background: url('../img/background.png') no-repeat;
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+  background-size: contain;
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+  background-position: center;
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+  background-color: rgb(34, 107, 160);
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+}
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+  justify-content: center;
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+  align-items: center;
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+  align-content: center;
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+}
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+li.app-item {
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+  background-color: red;
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+  margin: 5px;
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+  border-radius: 5px;
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+  background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.4);
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+  box-shadow: 5px 5px 30px -2px rgba(0,0,0,0.5);
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+  cursor: pointer;
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+  padding: 10px 5px;
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+  text-align: center;
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+  margin-top: 5px;
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+  transition: 150ms linear;
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+  position: relative;
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+  overflow: hidden;
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+  background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
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+  width: 150%;
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+  height: 125%;
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+  position: absolute;
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+  left: -50%;
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+{
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+  "items": [
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+    {
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+      "label": "Chromium Browser",
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+      "exec": "/usr/bin/chromium-browser",
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+      "icon": "/usr/share/icons/Mint-X/apps/48/chromium-browser.png"
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+    }
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+  ]
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+}

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+<html>
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+  <head>
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+    <title>Kaki Launcher</title>
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+    <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css" />
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+  </head>
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+  <body>
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+    <div id="kaki"></div>
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+
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+    <script id="items-list-tpl" type="text/x-template">
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+      <ul class="apps-list">
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+        {{#each items}}
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+          <li data-exec="{{exec}}" class="app-item">
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+            <img class="app-icon" src="{{icon}}" />
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+            <span class="app-label">{{label}}</span>
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+          </li>
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+        {{/each}}
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+      </ul>
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+    </script>
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+
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+    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/app.js"></script>
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+    <script type="text/javascript">
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+      // Start the app
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+      Kaki.start('#kaki')
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+        .then(function() {
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+          console.info('Application started.');
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+        })
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+        .catch(function(err) {
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+          console.error(err.stack ? err.stack : err);
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+        })
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+      ;
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+    </script>
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+
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+  </body>
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+</html>

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+(function(Kaki, window) {
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+
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+  "use strict";
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+
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+  var path = require('path');
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+  var fs = require('fs');
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+  var Handlebars = require('handlebars');
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+  var cp = require("child_process");
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+  var gui = require('nw.gui');
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+  var minimist = require('minimist');
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+
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+  // Templates
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+  var itemsListTpl = Handlebars.compile(select('#items-list-tpl').innerHTML);
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Start the app
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+   *
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+   * @param rootEl The application root element selector
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+   * @return Kaki
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+   */
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+  Kaki.start = function(rootEl) {
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+
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+    Kaki._opts = minimist(gui.App.argv);
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+    Kaki._rootEl = select(rootEl);
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+    Kaki._initListeners();
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+
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+    var profilePath = Kaki._opts.profile || './default-profile.json';
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+
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+    return Kaki.loadProfile(profilePath)
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+      .then(function() {
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+        return Kaki;
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+      })
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+    ;
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+
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+  };
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Load a profile file and render the application
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+   *
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+   * @param profilePath The path of the profile file
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+   * @return Promise
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+   */
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+  Kaki.loadProfile = function(profilePath) {
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+    return Kaki._loadJSONFile(profilePath)
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+      .then(function(profile) {
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+        Kaki._profile = profile;
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+        Kaki.render();
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+        return profile;
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+      })
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+    ;
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+  };
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Update the application view
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+   *
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+   * @return Kaki
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+   */
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+  Kaki.render = function() {
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+    var rootEl = Kaki._rootEl;
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+    var profile = Kaki._profile;
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+    rootEl.innerHTML = itemsListTpl(profile);
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+  };
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+
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Initialize DOM event listeners
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+   * @private
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+   */
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+  Kaki._initListeners = function() {
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+    var rootEl = Kaki._rootEl;
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+    rootEl.addEventListener('click', Kaki._onItemClick);
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+  };
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+
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+  /**
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+   * App item click handler
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+   * @private
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+   */
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+  Kaki._onItemClick = function(evt) {
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+
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+    var appItemEl = evt.srcElement.matches( '.app-item') ? evt.srcElement :
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+      getClosestAncestor(evt.srcElement, '.app-item')
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+    ;
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+
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+    if( !appItemEl ) return;
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+
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+    var execPath = appItemEl.dataset.exec;
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+
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+    console.info('Launching application "'+execPath+'"...');
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+
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+    if(execPath) {
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+      appItemEl.classList.add('loading');
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+      cp.exec(execPath, function(err) {
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+        appItemEl.classList.remove('loading');
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+        if(err) return console.error(err.stack || err);
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+        console.info('Application closed "'+execPath+'".');
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+      });
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+    }
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+
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+  };
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Load a JSON file
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+   *
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+   * @private
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+   * @param filePath The path of the json file
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+   * @return Promise
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+   */
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+  Kaki._loadJSONFile = function(filePath) {
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+    return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
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+      fs.readFile(filePath, 'utf8', function(err, fileContent) {
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+        if(err) return reject(err);
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+        try {
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+          var json = JSON.parse(fileContent);
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+          return resolve(json);
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+        } catch(err) {
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+          return reject(err);
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+        }
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+      });
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+    });
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+  };
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+
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+  // DOM manipulation helpers
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Select an element in the DOM by its CSS selector
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+   *
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+   * @private
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+   * @param selector The CSS selector
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+   * @return The selected element or null
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+   */
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+  function select(selector) {
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+    return window.document.querySelector(selector);
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+  }
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Select all elements in the DOM with a CSS selector
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+   *
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+   * @private
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+   * @param selector The CSS selector
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+   * @return An array of the selected elements (if any)
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+   */
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+  function selectAll(selector) {
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+    return window.document.querySelectorAll(selector);
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+  }
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+
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+  /**
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+   * Find the closest ancestor matching the CSS selector
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+   *
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+   * @private
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+   * @param selector The CSS selector
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+   * @return An array of the selected elements (if any)
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+   */
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+  function getClosestAncestor(el, selector) {
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+
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+    var parent = el.parentElement;
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+
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+    if(parent) {
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+      if(parent.matches(selector)) {
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+        return parent;
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+      } else {
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+        return getClosestAncestor(parent, selector);
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+      }
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+    }
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+
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+    return false;
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+
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+  }
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+
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+
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+}(window.Kaki = window.Kaki || {}, window));

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+{
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+  "name": "kaki",
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+  "version": "0.0.0",
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+  "private": "true",
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+  "main": "index.html",
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+  "devDependencies": {
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+    "grunt": "^0.4.5",
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+    "grunt-cli": "^0.1.13",
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+    "grunt-contrib-clean": "^0.6.0",
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+    "grunt-contrib-copy": "^0.7.0",
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+    "grunt-nw": "git+https://github.com/snap-project/grunt-nw#develop",
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+    "lodash": "^3.0.1"
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+  },
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+  "scripts": {
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+    "start": "./node_modules/.bin/grunt kaki:run",
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+    "build": "./node_modules/.bin/grunt kaki:build"
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+  },
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+  "chromium-args": "--ignore-certificate-errors",
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+  "window": {
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+    "toolbar": true,
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+    "kiosk": false
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+  },
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+  "dependencies": {
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+    "handlebars": "^3.0.3",
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+    "minimist": "^1.1.3"
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+  }
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+}