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doc, @%aurum/maputils: Added note that tlib is also supported

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autoload/aurum/maputils.vim

 execute frawor#Setup('0.0', {'@/resources': '0.0',
             \                       '@/os': '0.0',})
 let s:_messages={
-            \'plinst': 'If you install Command-T, Ctrlp or FuzzyFinder '.
+            \'plinst': 'If you install Command-T, Ctrlp, FuzzyFinder or tlib '.
             \          'you will be prompted with much less sucking interface',
         \}
 let s:r={}
     call fuf#launch('aurum', '', 0)
 endfunction
 "▶2 tlib
+" TODO it is possible that tlib is present, but tlib#input#List is not used for 
+"      listing files and hence is “unfamiliar” interface. It should be checked 
+"      last. Also add an option for the user to explicitely select one of the 
+"      plugins.
 let s:F.listplugs.tlib={}
 function s:F.listplugs.tlib.init()
     try
   customized using |g:frawormap_mgid| and |g:frawormap_mgid_mapname|.
 - All buffers that define mappings also define Exit mapping (with default 
   LHS=X)
-- OpenAny/AnnotateAny mappings require one of Command-T, Ctrlp or FuzzyFinder 
-  plugins installed. Otherwise they will show |inputlist()| that is unusable 
-  with large number of files.
+- OpenAny/AnnotateAny mappings require one of Command-T, Ctrlp, FuzzyFinder or 
+  tlib plugins installed. Otherwise they will show |inputlist()| that is 
+  unusable with large number of files.
   Note: currently if you install two or all of them the behavior is undefined 
         (depends on how keys “commandt”, “ctrlp” and “fuf” are arranged inside 
         a |Dictionary|).
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