On Sunday, December 11, 2011 3:13:44 PM UTC-5, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> "Patching" a tag sounds odd for a system which is about keeping immutable
> objects referencing each other by cryptographic hashes of their
> contents.
> Unfortunately, git-tag seems not to support anything like -c or -C of
> `git-commit --amend` so you'll probably have to roll a script which will
> save a tag message (in a variable) and then use it for the next
> `git-tag -a` call.

Unfortunately humans are fallible and thus, thankfully, not so immutable. 
As much as we'd like the ideal, better that our tools reflect the reality. 
In any case, thanks for feedback. Maybe I will put together a reusable 
script at some point.

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