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More minor docs tweaks.

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6 README.md
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ _(Default processing options are explained in the [grunt.template.process][] doc
#### Concatenating with a custom separator
-In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][] will concatenate the three specified source files (in order), joining files with `;` and writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
+In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][]) will concatenate the three specified source files (in order), joining files with `;` and writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
```js
// Project configuration.
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ grunt.initConfig({
#### Banner comments
-In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][]) will first strip any preexisting banner comment from the `src/project.js` file, then concatenate the result with a newly-generated banner comment, writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
+In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` will first strip any preexisting banner comment from the `src/project.js` file, then concatenate the result with a newly-generated banner comment, writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
This generated banner will be the contents of the `banner` template string interpolated with the config object. In this case, those properties are the values imported from the `package.json` file (which are available via the `pkg` config property) plus today's date.
@@ -213,4 +213,4 @@ grunt.initConfig({
Task submitted by ["Cowboy" Ben Alman](http://benalman.com/)
-*This file was generated on Wed Nov 28 2012 08:42:03.*
+*This file was generated on Wed Nov 28 2012 08:48:05.*
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4 docs/concat-examples.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
## Concatenating with a custom separator
-In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][] will concatenate the three specified source files (in order), joining files with `;` and writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
+In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][]) will concatenate the three specified source files (in order), joining files with `;` and writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
```js
// Project configuration.
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ grunt.initConfig({
## Banner comments
-In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` (or `grunt concat` because `concat` is a [multi task][]) will first strip any preexisting banner comment from the `src/project.js` file, then concatenate the result with a newly-generated banner comment, writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
+In this example, running `grunt concat:dist` will first strip any preexisting banner comment from the `src/project.js` file, then concatenate the result with a newly-generated banner comment, writing the output to `dist/built.js`.
This generated banner will be the contents of the `banner` template string interpolated with the config object. In this case, those properties are the values imported from the `package.json` file (which are available via the `pkg` config property) plus today's date.
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