On 2017-08-05, at 9:26 PM, G. Sylvie Davies <g.sylvie.dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> # get most recent annotated tag (by time-of-tagging)
> $ git for-each-ref  --sort='-*committerdate'  refs/tags | head --lines=1
> 
> # get most recent lightweight tag (by time-of-commit)
> $ git for-each-ref  --sort='-committerdate'  refs/tags | head --lines=1

"for-each-ref"?

Maybe a better question: How is someone supposed to learn all the things that 
git can do? I've never seen that one mentioned.

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