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SubjectRe: Updated git HOWTO for kernel hackers

On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> > But, like branches, it means that if you want a tag, you need to know the
> > tag you want, and download it the same way you download a branch.
> Still -- that's interesting data that no script currently tracks. You
> gotta fall back to rsync.

Something like

git-ssh/http-pull -w tags/<tagname> tags/<tagname> <url>

_should_ hopefully work now (and the "-a" flag should mean that you also
get all the objects needed for the tag).

I've not tested it, as usual, but it should work as of today thanks to
Daniel Barkalow fixing the pulling of arbitrary objects.

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