Make @redirect_stdout/@redirect_stderr not vaild anymore. Replace with @suppress_stdout/@suppress_stderr

Issue #88 resolved
Adam Victor Brandizzi
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When we use redirct_stdout as a decorator directly, we just want to suppress output. In this case, it would be probably better to have a decorator/context manager called suppress_stdout() instead of overloading the redirect_ name:

>>> from inelegant.io import suppress_stdout.
... @suppress_stdout
... def a():
...    print 'ok'
>>> a()