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Replaced more occurences of “'”

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 2. If some command accepts file or glob argument it is likely to be able to 
    get repository location from it, thus “repo” option is not needed (or is 
    even ignored). This also applies to options like “file”/“files”.
-3. Commands accepting filenames or globs also accept “:” meaning `current 
-   file'.                      *aurum-current-revision* *aurum-current-file*
+3. Commands accepting filenames or globs also accept “:” meaning “current 
+   file”.                      *aurum-current-revision* *aurum-current-file*
 4. “current file” and “current revision” are determined in the following 
    fashion:
    1. |aurum://file|:{repo}:{rev}:{file} buffers: current revision is {rev} 
             containing capitalized first letters of mentined status names 
             (additionally “?” for unknown and “!” for deleted). May be 
             specified more then once. Determines what files should be matched 
-            against given globs: “AuCommit **” is equivalent to `AuCommit 
-            all', but “AuCommit type MARDU **” will also add untracked and 
+            against given globs: “AuCommit **” is equivalent to “AuCommit 
+            all”, but “AuCommit type MARDU **” will also add untracked and 
             remove missing files (like “hg commit -A”). Does not affect 
             “:AuCommit all” and “:AuCommit”, latter will always add current 
             file if it was untracked.
           AuMove **.txt **.doc
             file.txt     -> file.doc
             dir/file.txt -> dir/file.doc
-<     Note that “AuMove */*.txt **.doc” won't work.
+<     Note that “AuMove */*.txt **.doc” wont work.
     - Two or more arguments with last one that is a name of existing 
       directory: move files matching given patterns (all arguments but the 
       last one) to given directory (last argument).
     - One or more arguments that have not matched any of the above rules: move 
       files matching given patterns (patterns are all arguments) to the 
       current directory.
-    If “pretend” option is given :AuMove won't actually do anything, just 
+    If “pretend” option is given :AuMove wont actually do anything, just 
     print what it will do (relative to repository root, not to current 
     directory).
     Note: you must either be at repository root (see |:cd|) or have all 
     cmd     Command. Determines which command should be used to open 
             |aurum://status| buffer. Default: “silent botright new”. If 
             specified, |g:aurum_usestatwin| option has no effect and status 
-            window also won't be resized.
+            window also wont be resized.
 
 AuTrack[!] [glob1 [...]]                                            *:AuTrack*
     Make files matching given globs be tracked by VCS (current file if no 
     track current file name. Adding “!” is equivalent to passing “--force” to 
     the underlying VCS.
     Note that this command matches files that has unknown and removed status, 
-    so it won't make ignored files tracked.
+    so it wont make ignored files tracked.
 
 AuUpdate[!] [{rev} [{repo}]]                                       *:AuUpdate*
     Update working directory state to revision {rev}. With “!” it will ignore 
   and comma for non-list option arguments, colon, semicolon and comma for list 
   option arguments) and percent sign, but in this case you may run into 
   trouble: for example, “*” produces |E480| (no match) error on windows 
-  because it can't be escaped with backslash which is path separator.
+  because it cant be escaped with backslash which is path separator.
 - All mappings are created using |frawor-f-mapgroup.add| and thus can 
   customized using |g:frawormap_mgid| and |g:frawormap_mgid_mapname|.
 - All buffers that define mappings also define Exit mapping (with default 
 aurum://commit:{repo}:{user}:{date}:{files}                   *aurum://commit*
     Open buffer that prompts for a commit message. Writing this buffer will 
     record the commit and close the buffer. It is the only pseudo-protocol 
-    type you can't use this with |:read|.
+    type you cant use this with |:read|.
     Local mappings (mgid=AuCommitMessage, default leader: "<LocalLeader>"):
                                                  *g:frawormap_AuCommitMessage*
                                           *g:frawormap_AuCommitMessage_Commit*
                             current line
 Track       A   AuTrack     Make current file be tracked by VCS
 Forget      R   AuJunk forget :
-                            Make VCS forget current file (it won't remove the 
+                            Make VCS forget current file (it wont remove the 
                             file though)
 
 ==============================================================================
         SH second line of description
         SH last line of description E
 
-Note you can't have two multiline {word}s on one line.
+Note you cant have two multiline {word}s on one line.
 
 Possible {word}s:
 Word         Description ~
      same: required info is added to the end of the block, “stat” goes first.
 
      Timezone info is never present as aurum does not use it, all dates are 
-     shown using local time. I won't fix this: Vim built-in |strftime()| 
+     shown using local time. I wont fix this: Vim built-in |strftime()| 
      function does not accept timezone argument and I do not think it is worth 
      implementing in vimscript.
 
 added at the beginning of the line. This column may contain one of four status 
 characters:
 Character  Meaning ~
-    -      Changes done to this file won't be committed (default)
+    -      Changes done to this file wont be committed (default)
     +      All changes done to this file will be committed
     *      You have made changes to this file in record mode. These changes 
            will be commited
               will be version of file modified in record mode and in original 
               window there will be backup of the file (or version from 
               repository if file in question was removed or deleted).
-Undo      u   Undo adds/removes of the file. Won't undo changes made to the 
+Undo      u   Undo adds/removes of the file. Wont undo changes made to the 
               file using Edit mapping.
 :AuRecord also makes some AuStatus mappings change their meaning:
 Mapping                 New meaning ~
 |aurum-m-AuStatus_Track|  select changes made to file(s) for committing
 |aurum-m-AuStatus_Commit| finish record mode and commit selected changes
-|aurum-m-AuStatus_Forget| unselect changes made to file(s), don't commit them
+|aurum-m-AuStatus_Forget| unselect changes made to file(s), dont commit them
 
 Note that if you quit commit buffer or close status window you will also exit 
      record mode discarding all changes you have made.
                                                              *aurum-rf-commit*
   commit :: message[, [ file ][, user[, date[, closebranch[, force]]]]] -> _
     Commit changes made to specified files (default depends on VCS, normally 
-    it is `commit changes made to all tracked files (including additions and 
-    removes))'. “closebranch” and “force” arguments have Bool type, “user” and 
+    it is “commit changes made to all tracked files (including additions and 
+    removes))”. “closebranch” and “force” arguments have Bool type, “user” and 
     “date” are strings. Neither “user” nor “date” argument should have any 
     normalized form, they just should be accepted by VCS.
   update :: hex, force                                       *aurum-rf-update*
     Returns a list of revision numbers: one revision number for each line of 
     the file as it was at given changeset.
   diff :: hex, hex, [ file ], diffopts -> [ String ]           *aurum-rf-diff*
-    Returns list of strings (similar to |readfile()| output with 'b' flag set) 
+    Returns list of strings (similar to |readfile()| output with "b" flag set) 
     that contains changes made to given files between given revisions. If list 
     of files is empty, then changes made to all files will be returned. See 
     |aurum-diffopts| for description of {diffopts} argument.
          but this is not guaranteed. For example, status() accepts revision 
          number in both mercurial drivers, but though zero is a valid 
          revision, it is used to indicate absence of an argument and thus you 
-         have to write '0' (String) where you want to write just 0 (Number).
+         have to write "0" (String) where you want to write just 0 (Number).
   gettiphex :: () -> hex                                  *aurum-rf-gettiphex*
     Get changeset hash of the last revision in a repository.
   getworkhex :: () -> hex                                *aurum-rf-getworkhex*
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