You can delete a git tag locally by using the
git tag command with the
-d flag (or
--delete), for example, like so:
git tag -d <tag-name>
For example, if you wanted to delete a tag called "
v1.5.0", you would do it like so:
git tag -d v1.5.0
If the tag is successfully deleted, you will see an output similar to the following:
Deleted tag 'v1.5.0' (was 80c6ed6)
If the tag you're trying to delete does not exist locally, then it will result in the following error:
error: tag 'v1.5.0' not found.
Please note that this does not affect tags on your remote. You have to use a different git command to remove a tag from your remote repository.
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