Respect repository identities when figuring out authors/committers in Herald pre-commit hook rules
Ref T13480. Currently, Herald commit hook rules use a raw address resolution query to identify the author and committer for a commit. This will get the wrong answer when the raw identity string has been explicitly bound to some non-default user (most often, it will fail to identify an author when one exists).
Instead, use the "IdentityEngine" to properly resolve identities.
Test Plan: Authored a commit as X <firstname.lastname@example.org>, a raw identity with no "natural" matches to users (e.g., no user with that email or username). Bound the identity to a particular user in Diffusion. Wrote a Herald pre-commit content rule, pushed the commit. Saw Herald recognize the correct user when evaluating rules.
Maniphest Tasks: T13480
Differential Revision: https://secure.phabricator.com/D20953