JS>> Most likely, your sed has problems with a sed script in function
JS>> get_author_ident_from_commit. I tested it like this:

JS>> $ sh -c '. $(git --exec-path)/git-sh-setup;
JS>>                 get_author_ident_from_commit HEAD'
JS>> GIT_AUTHOR_NAME='Johannes Sixt'
JS>> GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL='j...@kdbg.org'
JS>> GIT_AUTHOR_DATE='@1350025129 +0200'

JS>> -- Hannes

IB> Both systems have GNU sed 4.2.1 installed. I wrote a wrapper script wor sed.
IB> It's output attached.
IB> The difference is letter case in sed input data:
IB> Solaris:
IB>   /^AUTHOR /
IB> Windows:
IB>   /^author /

The culprit is bad $PATH :
When git-filter-branch runs, for some reason two new entries precede
/usr/bin in it:

And /usr/xpg6/bin/tr fails to make "AUTHOR" lowercase.

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