I created a new release, publish it, then I found several bugs and fixed them. But I see they are not in the latest release. So, I deleted a release, fixed a couple more bugs then created a new release with the same version. And then I found that all these fixes are not in release again! Obviously it's because github "remembered" my previous tag.
What should I do now? I don't want to change a tag (release name) because it's important to me. But I don't know how to make github "forget" this tag, or include updates in this current release.
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thanks for your response.
I did exactly what you described. But when I create a new release with the same name it "catches" the commits for that deleted resource, but not current ones. This is the problem.
Thank you for being here! It is possible to delete using git from the command line. This can be done by running the following command inside the repository locally:
git push --delete origin tagname
Running the command above should delete the tag, allowing you to create it again against the correct branch.
I hope this helps!
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