Do git push --tags

Harry

On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 7:28 PM, Phlip <phlip2...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have only 5 years experience using git, so I'm obviously just still
> a newb here.
>
> A tag is a name for a hash-tag, which is the label for a snapshot for
> a state of the code. (Right?)
>
> When I go 'git tag I_like_this_rev', how do I then push the tag up to
> a repo? (Hence down to a colleague's notebook?)
>
> If I say git tag -l, I only get the names. Big whoop. Where are the
> matching hash tags?
>
> Apologies for the newbescent questions, but when I google I get a
> thousand false hits due to the generic terms involved.
>
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