On Mon, 12 Dec 2011 07:53:23 -0800 (PST)
Trans <transf...@gmail.com> 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.
I think you could bring this issue on the main Git list
(git at vger.kernel.org) and propose to discuss the pros and cons of
something like `git tag --amend`.
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