git tag [-a|-s|-u
gpg-key-id] [-f] [-m
tagname commitgit tag -d
tagnamegit tag -l [
glob-pattern] git tag -v
Manipulate tags. A tag is simply a user-friendly name for a particular commit. The command takes one of four forms:
Create a new tag named tagname based on the given commit. With -a, the tag is annotated (i.e., it has a commit message attached) but not signed. With -s or -u, the tag is annotated and signed with the default or specified gpg private key, respectively. With -m or -F, use the given commit message or filename containing the commit message, respectively. If none of -a, -s, or -u is specified, the tag has no annotation. (Tags you shared with other people should always have an annotation and should usually be gpg signed.)
Delete the given tagname from the local repository. Note that if the tag has already been pushed to a remote repository, there is no way to make sure everyone erases it.
List all the tags matching the glob-pattern. If glob-pattern is omitted, lists all the tags.
Verifies the gpg signature of each requested tag.
To mark the current version with a v1.1 tag and sign it with your gpg key:
git tag -s v1.1 HEAD
To delete the v1.1 tag (only useful if it has never been pushed):
git tag -d v1.1
To list all tags for version 1.x:
git tag -l 'v1.*'