git-pair - Exhibit your pair as an author name on your commits, with only bash and git as dependencies

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You can use as many pairs you want, all you need is keep issuing commands to add more authors. At the end of your pairing session, the above command will reset author names to your global user.name configuration on Git.

https://github.com/augustohp/git-pair

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