pixi-haxe - Externs of Pixi.js for Haxe

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Externs of Pixi.js v4.x for Haxe - A fast and lightweight 2D javascript rendering library that works across all devices. Found any bug? Please create a new issue.

http://adireddy.github.io
https://github.com/pixijs/pixi-haxe

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