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.
The CVS Log Stats Parser (cvsstats) is a suite of tools to gather information on a checked out CVS source tree. Stats are gathered globaly and on a per-user basis with the generation of text and graphic reports.
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
ViewVC is a web-based version control repository browser, currently supporting CVS and Subversion repositories. Project development is now hosted at https://github.com/viewvc/viewvc/.
CVS Web Client is the new name for a combined cvsweb+cvswebedit. It allows users to edit files in a CVS repository, using only a web browser.
ZCVSFolder is a Zope Product for performing version control on Zope objects. Its time of usefulness has probably come and gone (there are efforts to add versioning to the Zope core, as well as other products that support more platforms). However some fol
CvsKnit is a toolset to automate knitting up CVS repositories from existing source packages. This is a sub-project of minix-up project (SF.jp).
The IntegrationGuard is a small set of Java classes and some start scripts used in conjunction with CVS. This little tool supports the paradigms 'continuous and sequential integration' and 'unit testing' of 'eXtreme programming'
This project provides a coherent package of utilities that simplify the task of tagging, customising and packaging releases of code taken from CVS, together with documentation about release conventions and suggested practices.
CTMBSD is an attempt to make a portable version of original CTM (Cvs Through eMail) obtained from FreeBSD (tm).
PHP script for collapsing revisions in CVS repositories (typically used to clean revisions of stored binaries).
cvsFinder is an attempt to integreate CVS into the Mac OS file manager, Finder. The end goal is to provide all the features of command line CVS through integration with the file manager. Most of the work will be done in Cocoa and Objective-C.
CVS Client is a Java servlet-based web application which provides client functionalities for various version control systems. Unlike most web-based CVS clients, CVS Client implements full range of client functions including checkout, update, and commit.
A class library of phpmysqlodbcoraclejsmemcachedsmarty.
Porc is both a graphical front-end for CVS and a Project management tool, and it provides some interesting extra functionality on top of CVS. It was written in C#, for the .NET Framework.
Browser based continuous integration(schedulable build) tool for projects residing in cvs repositories, and build using the apache ant.
A unique client-server combination allowing users to select their own build settings and watch as the server produces their own CVS build.
A source code diff tool. Adapted from cvsweb, it makes code inspection easy. It also provides another diff tool with which you can either compare two files or two directories recursively. It is written in perl and uses String::Ediff for finer diff.
An ECLIPSE plugin for advanced CVS operations.
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.
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