On Jun 7, 1:11 pm, vfclists <vfcli...@gmail.com> wrote: > It seems tags are not pushed automatically. > > I thought it would be the natural thing to do. No more natural than automatically pushing every branch you ever create locally. Git is distributed which means it does not require any "remote" part at all. Anything you create in your repo is yours and will not be published anywhere until you excplcitly take actions to do so. Having local (and throw-away) tags is not more uncommon than having local (and throw- away) branches which you won't ever push anywhere. Quite possibly you're deceived by using the `git push` command with no arguments which seemingly "does magic" and decides what to push for you; this is, well, deceiving in some way. Possibly you should re-read git-push manual and look for examples there.
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