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Sharing Tags You will have to explicitly push tags to a shared server after you have created them. This process is just like sharing remote branches you can run git push origin . If you have a lot of tags that you want to push up at once, you can also use the --tags option to the git push command.
By default, git push will not push tags. Tags have to be explicitly passed to git push . To push multiple tags simultaneously pass the --tags option to git push command. When another user clones or pulls a repo they will receive the new tags.
Tags in git are lightweight references that point to an SHA hash of a commit. Unlike branches, they are not mutable and once created should not be deleted. Tags may be lightweight (in which case they refer to the commit directly) or annotated (in which case they point to a tag object which points to the commit).
Create Tags Let us tag the current HEAD by using the git tag command. Tom provides a tag name with -a option and provides a tag message with m option. If you want to tag a particular commit, then use the appropriate COMMIT ID instead of the HEAD pointer.
In order to find the latest Git tag available on your repository, you have to use the git describe command with the tags option. This way, you will be presented with the tag that is associated with the latest commit of your current checked out branch.
If the answer is 'yes' then it doesn't matter whether you tag it before or after doing the fast-forward merge, because the tagged commit will be the same either way. If the answer is 'no', then you should probably tag it after merging into master (assuming you cut releases from master ).
Sharing Tags You will have to explicitly push tags to a shared server after you have created them. This process is just like sharing remote branches you can run git push origin . If you have a lot of tags that you want to push up at once, you can also use the --tags option to the git push command.
Click Photos and Videos in the left column. Click to check the box to the left of the photos you'd like to remove a tag from. Click Report/Remove Tag. Click to select your preferred option, then click Untag Photos to confirm.
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