AWS CodeCommit
User Guide (API Version 2015-04-13)

A new console design is available for this service. Although the procedures in this guide were written for the older version of the console, you will find many of the concepts and basic procedures in this guide still apply.

Delete a Tag in AWS CodeCommit

To delete a tag in an AWS CodeCommit repository, use Git from a local repo connected to the AWS CodeCommit repository. .

Use Git to Delete a Tag

To use Git from a local repo to delete a tag in an AWS CodeCommit repository, follow these steps.

These steps assume you have already connected the local repo to the AWS CodeCommit repository. For instructions, see Connect to a Repository.

  1. To delete the tag from the local repo, run the git tag -d tag-name command where tag-name is the name of the tag you want to delete.

    Tip

    To get a list of tag names, run git tag.

    For example, to delete a tag in the local repo named beta:

    git tag -d beta
  2. To delete the tag from the AWS CodeCommit repository, run the git push remote-name --delete tag-name command where remote-name is the nickname the local repo uses for the AWS CodeCommit repository and tag-name is the name of the tag you want to delete from the AWS CodeCommit repository.

    Tip

    To get a list of AWS CodeCommit repository names along with their URLs, run the git remote -v command.

    For example, to delete a tag named beta in the AWS CodeCommit repository named origin:

    git push origin --delete beta

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