New module: TextRedux

From: Nils Nordman <>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 21:57:44 +0100


Once again I'm pleased to announce the release of a new module for
TextAdept: TextRedux.

From the homepage:

TextRedux is a module for the TextAdept editor that offers a set of text
replacement interfaces for core TextAdept functionality. The current
version offers:

* A text based file browser. Completely keyboard driven, with powerful
  functionality and the ability to seamlessly switch between traditional and
  snapopen (recursive) listings.

* A replacement for the buffer list. In addition to being text based, it
  provides an easy way of closing buffers.

* A no-holds-barred integration module that automatically integrates all
  TextRedux functionality in the TextAdept editor. No need to configure
  further unless you want to - once you’ve required this you will be using
  TextRedux. In addition to integrating the above modules, it will hook into
  TextAdept and inject text based interfaces whereever it can, (.e.g. theme
  selection, run command, etc.)

You can read more about the TextRedux module on its homepage:

You'll find links for code, LDoc documentation, usage, etc., there.

The homepage also contains a basic visual overview of TextRedux in case you
to get a quick feel for it:


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