Vijay,

Don't forget, you are not tagging files - a tag in git is just a synonym for a 
commit.  You are tagging a commit.  It is a question of whether that commit 
represents the "right" version of your files.

Paul.



On Dec 5, 2009, at 9:59 AM, SCM Admin wrote:

> Hi,
>  
> I just tagged the files inside my repository with some tag, for ex: V1.0.0
> and how do i check the tag is applied to what files? Is there any way of 
> checking in GIT?
> This is just want to know whether i have tagged to the right files or not.
>  
> While using "git tag -s" -s is used for GnuPG signed. can some one tell me 
> what is the purpose of this? where can this be used?
> Is there any env variable to set this in the shell?
>  
> Thanks
> Vijay
>  
>  
> 
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