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.
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.
CVS is the Concurrent Versions System, the dominant open-source network-transparent version control system. This project is designed to first create a GUI wrapper for the BeOS version and then next to integrate it into a complete application.
An CVS client that will be easy to install & use, and will work with SourceForge. It will be portable across nearly all platforms, and it will be able to work with SourceForge's SSH setup. I will NOT be distributing SSH with FastCVS
LinCVS is a graphical interface for the cvs client on Unix, Windows and Mac OS X. Besides support of most of the cvs commands, LinCVS provides manifoldy graphical support of project maintenance.
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.
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.
wxCvs is a cross-platform GUI frontend to the GNU Concurrent Versioning System (CVS). It is written in python and uses bindings to the wxWindows C++ cross-platform GUI toolkit (http://wxwindows.org). The python bindings to wxWindows is known as wxPyton