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This might be a basic github question, but I'm having trouble finding the right keywords to google because I don't know the terminology. Apologies and thanks in advance.

I've noticed with library dependencies in library.json, under "dependencies", there is often a github remote repo link with a version number after the #

For example"

What is that exactly after the #? A branch? A release? More importantly, how do I make my github repo expose these. Like, I want to make a 1.0.0 one now for htcw_ili9341.git but later I may want to make 1.0.1

Using the github website, and/or the command line, how do I go about this?

It would be really helpful if you explained as you went as well.

So you know where I'm coming from with this, I've been using github for awhile but only for the most basic things, and driving it all through VS Code for the most part, sometimes resorting to the web interface and only occasionally dropping to the command line, which I've done a handful of times to resolve merge conflicts. I'm not an expert, but not completely new to it either.

What I have tried:

I don't know what to try. I've surfed around the website looking for anything that stood out to me, and I've tried plugging some search phrases into google, but like I said, I don't know what I'm looking for because I don't have terminology/keywords to start with

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