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Change TextAdept to Textadept.

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4 README.md
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-TextRedux is a module for the [TextAdept editor](http://code.google.com/p/textadept/)
-that offers a set of text based replacement interfaces for core TextAdept
+TextRedux is a module for the [Textadept editor](http://code.google.com/p/textadept/)
+that offers a set of text based replacement interfaces for core Textadept
functionality.
The TextRedux module is released under the MIT license. Please visit the
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2  buffer_list.lua
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
--[[--
The buffer list module provides a text based replacement for the standard
-TextAdept buffer list. Two differences compared to the stock one is the ability
+Textadept buffer list. Two differences compared to the stock one is the ability
to close a buffer directly from the buffer list (bound to `Ctrl + d` by default),
and the option of specifying the buffers to list via a provided function.
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16 fs.lua
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
--[[--
-textredux.fs provides a text based file browser for TextAdept.
+textredux.fs provides a text based file browser for Textadept.
It features traditional directory browsing, snapopen functionality, completely
keyboard driven interaction, and provides powerful narrow to search functionality.
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ have an empty search. This also works when in snapopen mode.
*Opening a sub directory in snapopen mode*
-In contrast with TextAdept snapopen, you will in snapopen mode also see sub
+In contrast with Textadept snapopen, you will in snapopen mode also see sub
directories in the listing. This is by design - you can select a sub directory
to snapopen that directory.
@@ -357,7 +357,7 @@ explicitly using `list:close()` if desired.
the initial directory is determined automatically (preferred choice is to
open the directory containing the current file).
@param filter The filter to apply, if any. The structure and semantics are the
-same as for TextAdept's
+same as for Textadept's
[snapopen](http://caladbolg.net/luadoc/textadept/modules/_m.textadept.snapopen.html).
@param depth The number of directory levels to display in the list. Defaults to
1 if not specified, which results in a "normal" directory listing.
@@ -437,11 +437,11 @@ end
--[[-
Opens a list of files in the specified directory, according to the given
parameters. This works similarily to
-[TextAdept snapopen](http://caladbolg.net/luadoc/textadept/modules/_m.textadept.snapopen.html).
+[Textadept snapopen](http://caladbolg.net/luadoc/textadept/modules/_m.textadept.snapopen.html).
The main differences are:
- it does not support opening multiple paths at once, which also makes the
- TextAdept parameter `exclusive` pointless.
+ Textadept parameter `exclusive` pointless.
- filter can contain functions as well as patterns (and can be a function as well).
Functions will be passed a file object which is the same as the return from
[lfs.attributes](http://keplerproject.github.com/luafilesystem/manual.html#attributes),
@@ -452,11 +452,11 @@ The main differences are:
@param directory The directory to open, in UTF-8 encoding.
@param filter The filter to apply. The format and semantics are the same as for
-TextAdept.
-@param exclude_FILTER Same as for TextAdept: unless if not true then
+Textadept.
+@param exclude_FILTER Same as for Textadept: unless if not true then
snapopen.FILTER will be automatically added to the filter.
to snapopen.FILTER if not specified.
-@param depth The number of directory levels to scan. Same as for TextAdept,
+@param depth The number of directory levels to scan. Same as for Textadept,
and also defaults to snapopen.DEFAULT_DEPTH if not specified.
]]
function snapopen(directory, filter, exclude_FILTER, depth)
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2  hijack/init.lua
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
--[[--
The hijack module provides the easiest, and most invasive, way of getting
-TextRedux functionality for TextAdept. It's a one-stop setup in the way that you
+TextRedux functionality for Textadept. It's a one-stop setup in the way that you
don't really have to configure anything else to use TextRedux's functionality -
the hijack module inserts TextRedux functionality anywhere it can and will
automatically integrate with your existing key bindings as well as with the menu.
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4 init.lua
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
--[[-
The TextRedux module offers a set of text based replacement interfaces for
-TextAdept.
+Textadept.
It currently contains the following modules:
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ open file, save file as well as snapopen functionality.
- @{_M.textredux.buffer_list}. A text based buffer list replacement, which in
addition to being text based also offers an easy way to close buffers directly
from the list.
-- @{_M.textredux.hijack}. Hijacks TextAdept, replacing as much functionality as it
+- @{_M.textredux.hijack}. Hijacks Textadept, replacing as much functionality as it
can with text based counterparts. In addition to injecting the above modules in
the menu and key bindings, it also replaces the traditional filtered list with
a TextUI list for a number of operations.
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