Tagging a release
Find the current build number in the footer of the page for the desired version of the application:
Build Number: v0.5.0-329-gc1b3544
In this case, the tag v0.5.0 is out-of-date, so we want to update this to v0.5.1. We first need to find the commit related to this build number (e.g.
You can view the commit log to view the history or you might need to browse through old commits on github to double check that it's correct.
$ git log --pretty=oneline | grep c1b3544
Create tag release
Once you've determined that this is the correct commit and you're ready to create a new tag, run the following command:
$ git tag -a v0.5.1 -m 'Release 0.5.1' c1b3544
Push tags to git remote repo
Then you can push this (and all other tags) to your repository to share:
$ git push --tags
See the following article for more informaton http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Basics-Tagging