Initially, a server-side patch to make CVS more secure.
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
CVSBrowser provides web-based access to view CVS repositories, based on the cvs 'modules' file to more accurately reflecting the repository, and handling multiple repositories with individual configurations.
Collaborative publishing system for periodicals and e-zines. On-web editing. Multi-user permission system. Assignment and workflow automation. Uses CVS to store revisions. Used at staff.daemonnews.org to publish www.daemonnews.org.
NetCvsLib is a CVS client written entirely in C# for the .NET platform. It is implemented as an assembly, and thus can easily be incorporated into other projects.
VSSExtractor is a software to convert source code databases from proprietary Microsoft Visual SourceSafe to open-source, widely-used CVS.
A GUI interface to the cvs version control system. Will be written in Borland's Kylix and initially target kde. Anyone wanna help?
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.
SandWeb is a web-based CVS client. Most of the functionality is modular, and we intend to support Subversion in a future release.
Cvsstat is a perl script which analyses the history of a CVS-managed project. The script executes on a set of files, analyses their history, and automatically generates graphs that plot lines of code and number of files against time.
Vim tools,e.g. CVSmenu, Delphi-syntax,... Collection of components/libraries (mainly) for Borland's Delphi. NOTE: VimTools only available via CVS / WWW. No packages !
The script helps commiting changes on several branches in CVS by creating a bunch of CVS commands which the user normally would have to create himself.
Cvsplot is a perl script which analyses the history of a CVS-managed project. The script executes on a set of files, analyses their history, and automatically generates graphs that plot lines of code and number of files against time.
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.
Spackle enhances the basic capabilities of CVS. It provides for finer-grained access control, automailing of diffs from commits, etc. Looking for Jeremy Weatherford's SpackleStats? It's at http://spackle.xidus.net/info.php
CvsIn is integrating with IDE in a different way than other tools. It is a DevStudio Add-in. CvsIn's development strategy is to have the maximum gain with the minimum effort and to have the working and operational tool FAST(!).
BorCVS is an interface to CVS for Borland Delphi and C++ Builder. It is based on the OpenToolsAPI of those IDE's and provides CVS functionality within these development environments. It uses the command-line CVS for actual CVS operations.
cvs-get is a perl script that enables users a simple way of grabbing the latest cvs snapshots of their favorite modules.
Ve-EDIT is a webbased sourcecode editor. It has syntax highlighting, a debugger (PHP, XML) , FTP & CVS client and more.....
CVSreport formats and mails configurable reports of CVS events (add, remove, modify). It is meant to cooperate with cvsweb/viewcvs CGIs.
The project MGMAddOn is an extended version of the Open Source Windows CVS client WinCVS. It is designed to simplify some useful functions and also to add new funtionality to WinCVS. MGMAddOn is currently based on WInCVS 1.3 Beta 5 but can be easily porte
With CVSProtocol you can access every cvs hosted file directly through an URL from every Windows program which can handle Windows URL protocols.
A free , easy to use, quality , open source CASE Tool for the Linux Platform, that supports code generation and reverse Engineering, Distributed Concurrent Designing.
A set of expect scripts to migrate entire CMS repository histories to CVS. <P> Migration includes original authors and dates, creates CVS tags from CMS classes and verifies correct conversion.
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.