GIT - Rewrite authors of commit history
I have a git repo that I migrated from CVS with Author name / email mismatches. Is there a way (with out screwing up the hash of each commit) to rewrite the authors of the previous commits to unify both of these into one person?
Sam taco <email@example.com>
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