I didn't really get the question except for the "any [...] way to find out
when a tag is pushed [...]?" part, so that's the part I'm gonna answer. You
can have a look at the "update" git-hook <http://git-scm.com/docs/githooks>
for accomplishing this. Basically, if the refname (the first parameter
given to the hook by git) starts with "refs/tags/", then it means what's
currently being processed is a tag.
On Friday, 8 August 2014 16:36:17 UTC+2, Makson Lee wrote:
> We have a git server, all our team members can push to it, with the following
> command being executed in repository on git server, we can find out when a
> commit is pushed, except for tag, so my question is, any other way to find
> out when a tag is pushed to a git server?
> git config core.logAllRefUpdates true
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