Tuesday, February 21, 2012

git ready » tagging

git ready » tagging: "Tagging in Git is a great way to denote specific release versions of your code, or perhaps if you need a way to refer to exactly one commit in your history for some reason. This post is going to over the right (and wrong) ways to use git tag.
Probably the best way to describe a tag is a post-it note that refers to one commit. It contains a name, so something like v1.0.0 or production, and a message too if you want. Git for Computer Scientists visualizes a tag like so:"

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