Find all the git repositories in a specified directory, recursively.
$ npm i --save git-repos
// Dependenciesvar GitRepos = ;// Find all the git repos from home;
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Finds the git repositories paths in the provided path.
path: The path where to search recursively the git repositories.
callback: The callback function.
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