Sorry for the duplication, but does anyone have an idea about this issue?

I'm worried because I've already received reports from 3 users, and I'm not 
sure if just skipping these "pseudo-tags" is a correct decision.

Thanks for any help!

-- Kirill.

On Dec 3, 2013, at 14:08 , Kirill Likhodedov <> 

> Hey,
> I use the following commands to receive the list of tags together with hashes 
> the point to:
>    git log --tags --no-walk --format=%H%d%x01 --decorate=full
> Generally it works fine, however a user reported that for his repository this 
> command returns the list containing several hashes without tag references. 
> Something like this:
>    05c9a3a6247698ff740ca3a79828456347afdcef (HEAD, tag: refs/tags/2.33, 
> refs/remotes/origin/master, refs/remotes/origin/HEAD, refs/heads/master)
>    a7fda708d76d7f83d5a160b6b137b98b7677f771 (tag: refs/tags/2.44)
>    f119c2e7c69bb5ed1da5bae29c8754550ab96bde
>    07385a6ebe5a2e01e6ba9c8d0cb7b15c9a13f65d (tag: refs/tags/1.69)
> Here third hash doesn't have a reference. There are 3 such hashes in his 
> repository.
> How can this happen? Is it a bug or some special scenario?
> * I've already asked the user to execute `git tag --points-at` on these 
> "suspiciously tagged" hashes: nothing was returned.
> * `git show --decorate=full` executed on these hashes return commit details, 
> and no references on them.
> * From the log user sees that these hashes indicate some "normal" commits, 
> nothing special at first glance.
> Git version that he uses is
> Thanks!
> -- Kirill.

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