load-bmfont - loads a BMFont file in Node and the browser

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Loads an AngelCode BMFont file from XHR (in browser) and fs (in Node), returning a JSON representation.See text-modules for related modules.

https://github.com/Jam3/load-bmfont

Dependencies:

buffer-equal : 0.0.1
mime : ^1.3.4
parse-bmfont-ascii : ^1.0.3
parse-bmfont-binary : ^1.0.5
parse-bmfont-xml : ^1.1.0
xhr : ^2.0.1
xtend : ^4.0.0

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