Wrong committers

Bryan Clark avatarBryan Clark created an issue

For my private repos the overview is reporting Bryan Veloso and Anonymous as the committers on projects only I have committed. From this I can no longer commit as it says that my projects are out of sync

Comments (3)

  1. Dylan Etkin

    Hi Bryan,

    I am afraid I don't really understand what you are seeing. Would you mind providing some more details?

    Are you seeing errors on the commandline when trying to do an hg push?

    If so can you run the command with the verbose flag and put the output onto this issue?

    Thanks,

    Dylan

  2. Bryan Clark

    I attached what I was talking about. The Anonymous seems to be gone but two of my commits show up as Bryan Veloso. I think it might have something to do with my first name being Bryan too.

  3. Mehmet Catalbas

    We try to find a best match for associating commits to actual users, but seeing as commits are recorded locally, we have no control to enforce correct usernames there.

    If you peek in your Mercurial config file (.hgrc), it's very likely that it's set up wrong.

    See how it's done here (Under Install Mercurial):

    http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Getting+Started+with+Bitbucket

    You can also setup username aliasing for your previous commits: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Setting+up+User+Aliasing+for+your+Repositories

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