I am specialist into having a repo where I am working alone but where I end up commit with various accounts etc, which ends up being quite messy. Usually, to sort things out and rewriting history so that there's only one commit name, mail etc, I resort to this solution :
This time, I tried this for a Bitbucket repo, without success. Is there something special ?
As you have already changed your commit author within your local repository: why not just use a forced push, to push your local changes to the remote server? (*git push --force*)
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