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|on your username and hostname. Please check that they are accurate.|
|You can suppress this message by setting them explicitly:|
|git config --global user.name "Your Name"|
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|git commit --amend --reset-author|
I tried that (precisely to do that)
But I typed it in just like that verbatum (did not substitute author for my name or anything)
= went into some sort of editing mode of that committed doc that I was trying to change the auithor of...
This "editing mode" allowed me to write in or about the doc (was a README.md for my first try at committing)
And then to get back to the usual CLI, I had to press ESC and then
(I found that on google on a forum after searching above extension...)
But I am still not entirely sure what happened or why...
I clone a repo from account 1 using account 2, after making some changes, i want to push the changes.