On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 12:26 PM, Oswald Buddenhagen <o...@kde.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 09:03:34AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> Oswald Buddenhagen <o...@kde.org> writes:
>> >> Doesn't
>> >>
>> >>    git push $over_there 'refs/*:refs/remotes/mine/*'
>> >>
>> >> push your tag v1.0 to refs/remotes/mine/v1.0 over there?  The
>> >> version of git I ship seems to do this just fine.
>> >>
>> > as i wrote before, i'm pulling, not pushing,...
>> You would need to decline the automatic tag following with --no-tags
>> (which in hindsight is misnamed; it really means "do not auto-follow
>> tags"), like so:
>>       cd $over_there &&
>>         git fetch --no-tags $my_repository 'refs/*:refs/remotes/mine/*'
>> Otherwise, you will also get tags in refs/tags/.
> git seems to be happily ignoring that flag.
>   git fetch --prune --all --no-tags
> still re-populates the tags after i delete them manually.

I believe that is bad interaction with "--all" (probably a bug). If I
am remembering correctly, --no-tags is internally a per-remote
setting, so I'm guessing it's not getting set on all remotes here.

I'll look into this more a bit later tonight. Does fetch --no-tags
work when you specify a remote?

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