To fetch all the tags from a remote repository, you can use the
git fetch command with the
--tags option. Here’s how you do it:
git fetch --tags
This command will fetch all tags from the remote repository, as well as the commits they point to. After fetching, the tags will be available in your local repository.
If you want to fetch both the tags and the branches updates, you can use:
git fetch --all
This will fetch all branches and tags from all remotes configured for your repository. However, if you only want to update your tags to match the remote repository (which might include deleting local tags that have been removed on the remote), you can use:
git fetch --prune --tags
--prune option will delete any local remote-tracking references that no longer exist on the remote.
Remember that fetching tags will not automatically merge any changes into your current working branch. If a tag points to commit(s) that are not in your current branch’s history, you will need to merge or rebase to include those changes in your working branch.