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How To Delete Local and Remote Tags on Git

How To Delete Local And Remote Tags On Git

Like most VCSs, Git has the ability to tag specific points in a repository’s history as being important. Typically, people use this functionality to mark release points (v3.2.1v3.2.2 and so on).

In some cases, you probably have encountered some issue (typos, ..) that force you to remove that tag. In this section, you’ll learn how to list existing tags, how to create and delete tags.

Listing Your Tags

$ git tag

To create your tag:

$ git tag release/v3.2.1

To push local tags to remote:

$ git push --tags

To delete a local tag:

 $ git tag -d release/v3.2.1

To delete a remote tag:

 $ git tag -d release/v3.2.1

 $ git push origin :refs/tags/release/v3.2.1

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