> From: Simon Joseph Aquilina <simonjaquil...@gmail.com>

> The change was successful. However all previous commits still exist. In 
> other words for each commit with the wrong name / email I have another 
> commit with good name / email.
> Is there a way how I can delete the old (those containing wrong name / 
> email) commits? 

Do these commits still show in the history of HEAD?  If the procedure
is correct, they shouldn't.  I'd expect that old, unreferenced commits
will eventually be garbage-collected.


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