On 08/12/2016 06:16 PM, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Aug 2016 17:50:12 +0200 wrote:
>> I have a repo (also hosted at Gitlab) that uses an email address that
>> I would like to remove from the whole repo (and replace with another
>> one).
>> All contributions to that repo are mine. Is there any way that I can
>> replace all email addresses in both my local repo and the remote?
> Sort of.
> The e-mail address is a part of the so-called "author" and "committer"
> fields in the commit objects representing all the affected commits in
> your repository.
> So, to do what you need you need to actually re-write all these commits
> objects.  Here's how to do this [1].
> [...]
> 1. https://help.github.com/articles/changing-author-info/

Many thanks for your reply, Konstantin.

It was what I needed it. My repo is private and it has been never been

BTW, is there any other way to check for errors than to search for any
original ref in refs/original/?

Many thanks for your help again,


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