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Rename avandu-list to avandu-overview

As it's `avandu-overview-mode' and the everything else says overview,
this really is a better name.
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ryuslash committed Aug 4, 2012
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  1. +1 −1 README.org
  2. +3 −3 avandu.el
  3. +17 −17 doc/avandu.texinfo
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@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ file.
Once installation is out of the way, it should get a value for
=avandu-tt-rss-api-url= (for example: http://tt-rss.org/demo/api/) and
-then run =avandu-list=.
+then run =avandu-overview=.
Once in avandu:overview mode some key bindings will be:
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@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
;; Once installation is out of the way, it should get a value for
;; `avandu-tt-rss-api-url' (for example: http://tt-rss.org/demo/api/)
-;; and then run `avandu-list'.
+;; and then run `avandu-overview'.
;; Once in avandu:overview mode some key bindings will be:
@@ -516,13 +516,13 @@ doesn't sort the list, so you'll have to set that up in tt-rss.
\\<avandu-overview-map>"
(use-local-map avandu-overview-map)
(set (make-local-variable 'revert-buffer-function)
- #'(lambda (ignore-auto noconfirm) (avandu-list)))
+ #'(lambda (ignore-auto noconfirm) (avandu-overview)))
(setq mode-name (format "%s[%s]"
avandu-overview-mode-name
(avandu-new-articles-count))))
;;;###autoload
-(defun avandu-list ()
+(defun avandu-overview ()
"Request the headlines of unread articles and list them grouped
by feed."
(interactive)
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@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ somewhere in your @code{load-path} and either @code{autoload} or
(add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/avandu/")
;; And then either:
-(autoload 'avandu-list "avandu" "Show a list of feeds." t)
+(autoload 'avandu-overview "avandu" "Show an overview of articles." t)
;; or:
(require 'avandu)
@end lisp
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ unread articles there are.
The avandu overview lets you see a list of all the unread articles in
Tiny Tiny RSS.
-@deffn Command avandu-list
+@deffn Command avandu-overview
Show a list of all the unread articles that your Tiny Tiny RSS
instance has stored, grouped by feed. Due to certain
@dfn{limitations} of Tiny Tiny RSS, this will only be at most 60
@@ -153,36 +153,36 @@ Call @code{browse-url} to try and open the URL at point in your
preferred browser. This only works when the cursor is placed on an
article title.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{o} key in
-the article title's keymap, so pressing @kbd{o} on any article title
-will try and browse to it.
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{o} key
+in the article title's keymap, so pressing @kbd{o} on any article
+title will try and browse to it.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-mark-article-read &optional button
Ask Tiny Tiny RSS to mark the article associated with BUTTON as read.
If BUTTON is omitted or @code{nil} it will try to use whatever is at
@code{point}.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{r} key in
-the article title's keymap.
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{r} key
+in the article title's keymap.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-next-article
Search through the buffer for the next article header and move point
to it. This command wraps around the buffer, so when using it at the
end of the buffer it will return to the top.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{n} key in
-the major-mode's keymap, so pressing @kbd{n} anywhere in the buffer
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{n} key
+in the major-mode's keymap, so pressing @kbd{n} anywhere in the buffer
will go to the next article title.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-previous-article
Exactly like @code{avandu-next-article} except it looks for the
previous article title.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{p} key in
-the major-mode's keymap.
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{p} key
+in the major-mode's keymap.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-feed-catchup
@@ -193,25 +193,25 @@ and which feed to do that with, so if you leave your buffer open for a
while you might mark articles you wish to read as read. This only
works when the cursor is placed on a feed title.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{c} key in
-the feed title's keymap, so pressing @kbd{c} on any feed title will
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{c} key
+in the feed title's keymap, so pressing @kbd{c} on any feed title will
try and catch up the feed.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-next-feed
Exactly like @code{avandu-next-article} except it looks for the next
feed title.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{N} key in
-the major-mode's keymap.
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{N} key
+in the major-mode's keymap.
@end deffn
@deffn Command avandu-previous-feed
Exactly like @code{avandu-next-article} except it looks for the
previous feed title.
-In @code{avandu-list} this command gets bound to the @kbd{P} key in
-the major-mode's keymap.
+In @code{avandu-overview} this command gets bound to the @kbd{P} key
+in the major-mode's keymap.
@end deffn
@node Other commands, , Article overview, Usage

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