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Creates a tag in the provided repository folder and push it to an specific remote.

Getting Started

If you haven't used grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide.

From the same directory as your project's Gruntfile and package.json, install this plugin with the following command:

npm install grunt-git-remote-tag

Once that's done, add this line to your project's Gruntfile:



Inside your Gruntfile.js file add a section named gitRemoteTag. This section specifies the tag's name a message an the remote where to push the tag. You must also provide a src indicating the location of your local git repository.

Config Example

Example to tag a new successful version based on the latest build number and environment:

gitRemoteTag: {
    release: {
        options: {
            tag: util.format('v.%s-%s', process.env.BUILD_NUMBER, process.env.ENVIRONMENT),
            remote: 'origin' // optional: default value is 'origin', 
            message: 'It worked!', // optional: if not provided it will use the tag as the message, 
            force: true|false // optional: default value is false 
        src: './'

How it works

It will step into your git repository folder specified in src option, create a local an unsigned tag using the message options and finally push it to the specified remote option as depicted below:

git tag -a 'v.234-staging' -m 'It worked!'
git push origin --tags


Copyright (c) 2013 Juan Pablo Garcia Licensed under the MIT license.