VSSExtractor is a software to convert source code databases from proprietary Microsoft Visual SourceSafe to open-source, widely-used CVS.
ccvssh is reimplementation of cvssh in C. It is external program called by cvs (via :ext: method) and it connects to remote CVS pservers via SSL tunnel. It is fast and easy to use.
The CvsGui project is providing several high-end interface clients (WinCvs, MacCvs, gCvs) written in C++ using popular frameworks (MFC, PowerPlant, GTK+) with a scripting support via Python or TCL.
CVSACL is a patch for CVS. It adds two new subcommands (acl & racl) to cvs for access control list management. It provides advanced ACL definitions per modules, directories, and files on branch/tag for all cvs subcommands.
This project is meant to be a catch-all project for miscellaneous short scripts and patches that enhance CVS.
Xcvs is a web-based CVS tracking tool. It traces the log information in CVS and generates a single patchset for each commit command. It also generates a patch file that captures the change for each patchset. The web interface allows one to query the patc
Tool to allow easy management of user accounts on a remote CVS pserver. Uses a client/server model with support for a weak private key system.
A patch for CVS that allows bookmarks (stored in ~/.cvsbookmarks file) to be used instead of long and complex repository names.
UCLA, "Unamed CVS Log Analyser", is a(nother) CVS log analyser. Its purpose is to parse a project's CVS log, build a graph for each file representing branches layout, merge them all together and then creates a visual representation of the project.
CVSps is a program for generating 'patchset' information from a CVS repository