Commits from previous clone not counting as me // my contribution on SourceTree

Hey there,

I had some problems with my files // merging while working on a project, so I had to reclone my repository a couple of times throughout the project.

This created some unexpected problems, where my commits on previous clones aren't counting as me - here are some photos:

**old clone**
http://i.stack.imgur.com/Ak0gE.png


**new clone**

http://i.stack.imgur.com/r2wzo.png

Both were me, from the same BitBucket account, but they're registering as different people so those commits aren't counting towards my contribution. Any help?

1 answer

commiter ID is based on your git (or SourceTree) configuration, not the Bitbucket account you used to push.  So you'd want to make sure your name and email address are configured the same in SourceTree and/or git as they used to be.

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