ANNOUNCE: xfce4-mixer 4.9.0 released
gber at opensuse.org
Fri Sep 28 18:05:27 CEST 2012
* Mikhail Efremov <mikhefr at gmail.com> [2012-09-28 17:31]:
> On Fri, 28 Sep 2012 16:33:48 +0200 Guido Berhoerster wrote:
> > * Mikhail Efremov <mikhefr at gmail.com> [2012-09-28 15:59]:
> > > On Thu, 27 Sep 2012 17:31:50 +0200 Guido Berhoerster wrote:
> > > > xfce4-mixer 4.9.0 is now available for download from
> > >
> > > Thanks for your work but please, use git tags to mark releases.
> > In fact I did create a (lightweight) tag but it turns out that
> > git (in all its intuitiveness) doesn't propagate them by default
> > when pushing. Now I tried explicitly git push --tags, however a
> > commit hook on git.xfce.org doesn't allow that and tells me to
> > use an annotated tag.
> As for as I know this is normal behavior.
Yeah, this is why I usually try to preserve my sanity with
hg-git, but in this case I wanted to be extra careful by using
> > So to those more familiar with git and
> > git.xfce.org, why is that, what should the tag contain, and how
> > do I turn the existing, local lightweight tag into an annotated
> > tag (if at all possible, from the docs it seems that this
> > constitutes a changeset of its own for whatever reason)?
> You can delete an existing unannotated tag and create a new annotated
> one. Or use --force option and replace it (if you want to use the same
> name). Something like this:
> git tag -f -a -m'Tag the 4.9.0 release.' xfce4-mixer-4.9.0 [<commit> | <object>]
Thanks, that worked out, it should now be correctly tagged on
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