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.
A Tcl/Tk based graphical interface to the CVS and Subversion configuration management systems. RCS too.
CvsChangelogBuilder is an utility to generate advanced, differential and/or graphical changelogs, for a project hosted on a CVS server (CVS change log). It provides a better output than the 'cvs log' command, and accept a lot of options.
Eclipse Version Tree Plugin is an easy to use, graphical version tree for project artifacts hosted in a CVS repository. It is a graphical replacment for Eclipse resource history. Supports different layout styles, customization and convenience features. The development is being continued on GitHub https://github.com/angvoz/net.sf.versiontree
syncmail is a CVS notification tool which can provide a diff for every change to a CVS repository, mailed to specified email addresses. This tool is useful for large communities to monitor activity, and is used for Python and many other active projects.
cvsdelta summarizes and manages a CVS project, identifying the local files that have been added, changed, or deleted, which optionally can be automatically added to and removed from CVS.
CVS Monitor is a perl CGI application for monitoring activity in a CVS repository. It is somewhat similar in purpose to cvsweb, but far more useful when you want to keep an eye on current development, or provide a view into the project to the public.
Yet Another Diff Tool
YaDT - Yet another Diff Tool. It is another front-end for diff and in earlier versions diff3 utility. With YaDT you can compare and merge 2 and/or 3 files. YaDT is written on Tcl/Tk and wrapped in a single executable file with the help of sdx and tclkit. diff and cvs utilities are embedded inside YaDT. Also, YaDT supports Git and Mercurial repositories, but git and hg are not embedded inside YaDT, you should have git/hg executable in your path environment.
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.
A graphical frontend to CVS
MacCVS Pro is a completely free CVS client for Mac OS that was originally developed at Netscape Communications Corporation. Various features include real multi-threaded CVS operations and an intuitive user interface that kicks bootay.
Simple Firewall is a easy tool for administration users and access control. This tool is made for Linux. Using iptables for packet filtering Write in perl Save rules with xml. That can be run in bash shell and web via webmin. This version of firewa
Ada Class Library - an object orientated library for Ada. Text search and replace. Scripting (small tool programs). CGI scripts. Execution of external programs (incl. I/O redirection). Garbage Collection. Extendended Booch Components. CD-Recorder
This script was designed to run on a PHP-enabled web server that hosts Mercurial (Hg) repositories. It will initialize a new repository under the specified name and create the HGRC file with the description and contact information.
CVS Chronoview is a client-side tool that presents a chronological view of the history of multiple files in a CVS repository. It does not rely on any server-side tool.
The enclosed Python scripts differ from most other commit notification solutions in that they coalesce all of the commit operations from a single \\\"cvs commit\\\" command into a single email. Most other solutions will send one email per directory.
CVS nserver is the almost complete rewrite of network-related CVS code. It features improved security, support for virtual repositories with fully remote management of users, additional authentication methods such as PAM. ACL (access control lists) and
CVS-Summary is a program that generates an HTML summary of CVS activity, very similar to that provided by the popular ViewCVS script. CVS-Summary differs from ViewCVS in that it dumps the summary information to static HTML files which can be served by n
CVSConsole is a Console based Text User Interface for CVS. The Frontend is planned in Curses Development Kit. Unlike the shell kind of interface, CVSConsole is menu based and utilises the full screen (25x80). The project allows the user to browse the rep
A simple CVS client that bypass any firewall blocking port 2401 used by cvs. It relies on the ViewCVS web interface to the repository to work. To use when all other solutions (SSH...) fail
CVSreport formats and mails configurable reports of CVS events (add, remove, modify). It is meant to cooperate with cvsweb/viewcvs CGIs.
CVSweb-PHP offers a web interface access to a CVS repository. CVSweb-PHP was created for cases where a project still using CVS has no means of installing a CGI script on its web server, but where running a PHP script is an option.
In this you can keep data of branching/tagging, Release, Build, User Information,Knowledge Base, News, Create different groups, trouble ticket and many more.
ATTENTION! ExpTools has been renamed to ExpLab To visit the new homepage click on "Home page".
Ganesh is a revision and dependency analysis tool. Ganesh may be used to manage checkouts that crosscut multiple VCS stores, such as CVS, Mercurial, Subversion and web folders. Ganesh is the ultimate tool for complex project lifecycle management.