You've already understood that there are some platform-specific packages, let's have an overview of them.
js package. It basically contains only
typedefs representing the DOM and has a layout that's not comparable to any one of the other platform-specific package.
As we've already mentioned, Flash has two platform-specific packages: the first one is
flash and it is used when targeting Flash up to Flash 8, or else, you use the
flash9 package (but access it by writing
flash). Those packages contain definitions for the external classes that are natives in Flash. Their layouts are not comparable to any other platform-specific packages.
Neko has its own ...