Git tagging and rails gemfile

I have a gem that is hosted on github and not yet pushed to rubygems, and I added a tag to the master branch of the gem like this:

git tag –a v0.1.0 –m "gem version 0.1.0"
git push origin —tags

and then in a rails application I have on github I edited my gemfile like so:

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    The correct command is git push origin --tags, or git push origin v0.1.0 if you want to push just the one tag, but otherwise yes, your expectation is correct.

    See here for more on bundling gems from git repositories:
    http://gembundler.com/v1.3/git.html

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