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== Tags and Targets  ==
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I've posted a stackoverflow question which I hope will further disambiguate some of the ideas behind how tags and targets work.
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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21078726/koji-disambiguating-tags-and-targets
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Hope someone can answer that for me :)  Its not clear what the actual definition of "tags" and "targets" are and, since these are used so commonly in build/software for so many different projects (i.e. git tags, subversion tags, maven targets, make targets, etc...) I think the meaning of a "koji tag" and "koji target" should be clearly defined somehwere). 
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Thanks!

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Tags and Targets

I've posted a stackoverflow question which I hope will further disambiguate some of the ideas behind how tags and targets work.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21078726/koji-disambiguating-tags-and-targets

Hope someone can answer that for me :) Its not clear what the actual definition of "tags" and "targets" are and, since these are used so commonly in build/software for so many different projects (i.e. git tags, subversion tags, maven targets, make targets, etc...) I think the meaning of a "koji tag" and "koji target" should be clearly defined somehwere).

Thanks!