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I have a floating tag for my continuous build system. It always tags with the last successful continuous build, moving the previous tag. My question is this: If a file has this floating tag, then that file is removed (dropped). The next continuous build will build off the tip of the HEAD, excluding this removed file. Then when I do a tag, this tag will not be removed from the "removed" file. If I then update to this tag, I assume I will get the now removed file....not what I want. (is my logic correct). This is what I think I need to do: When a continuous build completes successfully and I'm ready to tag 1. rtag -d (tag name and modules) - Deleting this tag from all files in the repository 2. tag (tag name and modules) - re-applying this tag to all files in the current sandbox. Is this correct? Is there a more simple way to do this? Thanks, Mark