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Update should-i-commit-the-dependencies-in-my-vendor-directory.md

Tweak option #3 for including dependencies in a GIT repo.
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6 doc/faqs/should-i-commit-the-dependencies-in-my-vendor-directory.md
@@ -24,6 +24,6 @@ If you really feel like you must do this, you have three options:
you can add them to your git repo. You can do that with `rm -rf vendor/**/.git`
but this means you will have to delete those dependencies from disk before
running composer update.
-3. Add a .gitignore rule (`vendor/.git`) to ignore all the vendor .git folders.
- This approach does not require to you delete dependencies from disk prior to
- running composer update.
+3. Add a .gitignore rule (`vendor/.git`) to ignore all the vendor `.git` folders.
+ This approach does not require that you delete dependencies from disk prior to
+ running a composer update.
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