How to make the git head of a branch reset to tag on the branch?
I tagged my master branch with a
git tag -a 1.0.0 and I would like to do is reset my master branch with
reset --hard to the commit that the tag points to. My questions.
- How to find out the commit id that a tag points to?
- How to reset the head of a branch to the commit pointed to by a tag?
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