Jonathon Mah <m...@jonathonmah.com> writes:
> I always add --tags when I call git-describe. Is there any reason this
> shouldn't become the new default (quickly, before git 2.0 perhaps)?
The distinction is there for a reason--- annotated tags are meant
for the more "public" and "permanent" stuff, while you can do
lightweight tags for random short-term stuff.
An argument could be to change Git not to follow unannotated tags
with "git fetch" and "git push --follow-tags" by default, which goes
in the direction to make the distinction even clear. But for a
change to make the distinction less useful, I would have to say it
is probably a bad idea.
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