pixify - Browserify bundle process for PIXI libraries

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Browserify bundle process for PIXI libraries. This creates two build files, compressed and uncompressed. Both with sourcemaps and license headers.

https://github.com/pixijs/pixify#readme
https://github.com/pixijs/pixify

Dependencies:

browserify : ^13.1.0
chalk : ^1.1.3
gulp-header : ^1.8.7
gulp-if : ^2.0.1
gulp-preprocess : ^2.0.0
gulp-sourcemaps : ^1.6.0
gulp-uglify : ^2.0.0
minimist : ^1.2.0
vinyl-buffer : ^1.0.0
vinyl-fs : ^2.4.3
vinyl-source-stream : ^1.1.0
watchify : ^3.7.0

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