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Just added a tag to my commit but doesn't show up when I open bitbucket in browser

I just add a commit and pushed it to my master branche

 

1. did git add [files]

2. did git commit -m "with message"

3. did git tag -a v2.0 -m "with message"

4. pushed to master 

5. commit done

6. went to bitbucket website look under tags and no tags are shown.

What did I do wrong ?

 

3 answers

You did nothing wrong. It has some issue with cache and cookies, clear it and You will be fine :)

You will have to explicitly push the tags.

git push origin v2.0

or

git push origin --tags

The latter will be useful when you have more than one tag to be pushed to remote.

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