On Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Trans <transf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not a bash expert, so I need to ask, who can I "pipe" a message
> into the git tag command? I have a program that will return my latest
> release notes.
>
>  $ pom news
>  ... message ...
>
> So I want to pipe that into git tag as the tag message. I've been
> trying to figure it out. The docs say that there is a -F file option
> with which '-' will take from stdin. Does this mean I can do:
>
>  $ git tag -F - | pom news


The other way around. You want to pipe the output of "porn news" into
the git tag command. So it would be

$ porn news | git tag -F - <tagname>

-P.

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