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.
CVSps is a program for generating 'patchset' information from a CVS repository
CVS - The Concurrent Versions System, the open-source standard for version control.
This provides a package which presents the CVS contents as mountable file system. It allows to view the versioned files as like they were ordinary files on a disk. There is also a possibility to check in/out some files for editing.
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.
Yet another ACL for CVS
This patch allows CVS to have a user-level security for the modules. A person is only able to make operations(in pserver mode) if he has the given permissions.
This project is meant to be a catch-all project for miscellaneous short scripts and patches that enhance CVS.
A patch for CVS that allows bookmarks (stored in ~/.cvsbookmarks file) to be used instead of long and complex repository names.
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
"eccvs" is a GUI based version control system (for linux) that keeps track of all the resources of a software project. Here resources mean source code, documentation, etc., This software is based on the existing CVS command line tool.
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.
Pharmacy intends to be a GNOME compliant front-end for the Concurrent Versions System (CVS). Currently it provides a limited graphical user interface to CVS commands and a "console" for the lazy power-user.
There are a few project and time management tools out there that seem to have pieces of what would be required to create a complete solution. We will attempt to collect and create the needed tools to make a comprehensive solution.
The 'secims' project intends to implement many2many secure group communication as a plugin to Gaim instant messenger.
Provide secure and stable OS, based on highly modified Linux Kernel, own package system, like "BSD Ports". Compatible with x86, Power PC. Easy to use of any level users. Complete Documentantion in many languages. 99% compatible with Windows.
A CVS with simple architecture and easy interface. Use to sincronize automatically a directory, project or for backup. Works in any OS with Perl. FEATURES: web access; client/server; protocol compression; own chksum; Web Admin.
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.
Project Training System: Train all skills necessary during the development cycle of a software project. Communication between developers, testers, editors and users is technically supported by the sourceforge infrastructure. The project shall demonstrate
VSSExtractor is a software to convert source code databases from proprietary Microsoft Visual SourceSafe to open-source, widely-used CVS.
VCFS provides a user-space NFS server that allows local or remote CVS repositories to be mounted as a filesystem. Works with existing CVS servers, including those used by SourceForge.
VersionWeb is a tool for web pages version control in web itself. VersionWeb allows the authors to do checkout a file, commit, add, remove, rename, etc, that is, the operations more common in version control. The authors can control the versions of your p
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 cvs+ project seeks to provide a you would never know that its cvs layer on top of the cvs protocol to make the system easier to use for novices and easier to setup for administrators. This would be based on a perl-tk and text-based cvs client that
Reads from stdin the output of the command "cvs log" and prints the filename and version of each document in the repository for all tags found.