commits show up under repl.it user
I am an owner of an organization used for a programming class, and I've noticed that on the test repo I did and apparently on most other people's repos as well, that the commits made in repl.it do not show up as done by the person that made them. Instead, they simply show up as "repl.it" user. Does anyone know how to fix this so that it will show up with the GitHub account username instead for each commit?
This is causing issues for me and is not solved by using the version control. Github is not crediting my Github profile with commits, rather it's showing the user as my name. If you go to my activity on my profile page, it doesn't show that I have any recent activity.
This only started within the past few weeks. Previously, any time I committed code from replit, it would show up as commits from my profile. I tried disconnecting my Github and reconnecting it, but it still doesn't work.
Do it manually.
git remote add origin [url].git git add . git commit -m "[what you did]" git push -u origin master
Because you have to log in, you have more access over who pushes.