On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 12:34 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 07:38:17AM +0200, Francis Moreau wrote:
>> I'm using notes in my project. I'm wondering if it's possible to save
>> the state of the notes when I'm releasing/tagging a new version of my
>> project so I can restore the saved notes state if I checkout back the
>> old release.
>> Therefore I would be able to inspect notes (which may have been
>> removed or modified after the release) as they were when the release
>> happened.
> The notes are stored as git trees, so you can point a "tag" ref at a
> particular state, just as you would with a normal branch. The "git tag"
> command expects to create refs under "refs/tags", whereas "git notes"
> expects to find notes under "refs/notes". The simplest thing is to just
> use "git update-ref" rather than "git tag" to create the pointer. Like:
>   $ git update-ref refs/notes/v1.0 refs/notes/commits
> and then you can always view the v1.0 notes as:
>   $ git --notes=v1.0 log
> You can even set the notes.displayRef config to always show v1.0 notes
> when they are available for a commit. Though if they are a subset of the
> current notes, you would expect to see duplicates. Depending on what you
> are storing in your notes, you may want to clean out your notes tree
> after the release.

Thank you Jeff, that's what I was needing.
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