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
BeyondCVS is an Eclipe plug-in that enables using Beyond Compare (externally) for comparing files and folders. It also allows comparing a single file to a previous revision in CVS/SVN or Local History. There is also support for opening Putty and WinSCP.
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.
The aim of the project is to build a web based version control system (vcs) in ASP (Active Server Pages). Features include: Multi user (with levels), Checkin/Checkout files, Labeled versions, Discussion on single files.
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.
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.
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.
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'
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
This project is an effort to port the RCS source code into java in the hopes that this API will help in the porting of CVS also.
This project will provide a PHP class to communicate with a CVS repository via both direct connection to a local filesystem and pserver access to the repository, with the possibility of enabling (in a future version) connectivity using the :ext: method.
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.
AntFly is a common build.xml script for apache ant (and java) that can be used in small projects instead of trying to make a build.xml from scratch.It includes a set of tasks that can perform tipical operations like building project, CVS checking, etc.
Ant-based tool to migrate Java source files to GNU Autotools standards, making them compatible with usual "configure; make; make install" build mechanism.
Armiger is CVS server (100% pure Java application) . Armiger is Control Version System Server (CVS Server) implements in java language. It can plugin Ant (jakarta subproject) like cvs client and cvs server.
Build System for Java offers an enhanced build environment that ties together deployment instructions, environment configuration and source code as a releaseable entity. A new paradigm for configuration management!
Bloof is an infrastructure for analytical processing of version control data. The main distribution provides a GUI for visualizing the evolution of a software project. External tools can access Bloof via Java API and a XML result mechanism.
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 simple utility alows you to view the differences in branches of you cvs project in a graphical and easy to understand way.
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.
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.
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.
An implementation of the CVS client/server protocol in Java. It also has classes for user interaction via a command line or using a Swing GUI.
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