CVS Permissioning Tool It allows you to tightly control commit and tagging access to your CVS Repository. This tool makes cvs a serious player in the SCM Tool World it makes up to any other system such as VSS or ClearCase.
StatCvs-XML provides statistics about cvs usage based on the cvs log. It extends the StatCvs project with fancy 3D charts, advanced report generation and customization features. It also features a plugin for seamless integration with Apache Maven.
VAJ2CVS tool -- Integrated Client for CVS controled Source for the VisualAge for Java Product from IBM, using the VAJ tools API
Browser based continuous integration(schedulable build) tool for projects residing in cvs repositories, and build using the apache ant.
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
An easy to use cvs document control tool for private and public documents. Control interfaces for posting and browsing: Web server (python cgi), Email responder(Based on Jeepers), Other(s)
cvs-syncmail is a CVS notification tool for mailing a unified or context diff for every change to a CVS repository to specified email addresses.
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.
The cvsbugz project is an integration between the cvs revision management system, and the bugzilla bug tracking system. Cvsbugz verifies that referenced bugs exist in bugzilla before allowing a commit to continue. All commits are logged to Bugzilla.
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.
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 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.
A "plugin" to CVS which will update the dotProject management suite. It is written in Perl, and will process the cvs commit log, checking for required/optional dotProject parameters for a task, and then update the mysql database which dotProject uses.
CVS control written in Java. Interface de controle CVS ecrit en JAVA. Soyez indulgent.. c'est mon premier programme JAVA :)
jCVSFile is a CVS-client, written in Java. While all other known CVS client tools address the configuration management module oriented, jCVSFile does it file oriented and thus with a higher granularity.
PVC (PhpVersionControl) is a port of CVS to PHP. It features a shell version and a web interface that has all the features of CVS (i.e. commit, checkout, etc.), in an easy to use web interface.
One way synchronization utility from Subversion to CVS written on Java. To submit bugs or request new features please use the project tracker at project home
syncSQL is a perl server-side CVS script, that sends commit information to a mySQL database, so commits can be viewed, tracked and filtered throught a simple web page or any mySQL client.
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.
tgen generates a Web site from a collection of input files of a variety of types, using a set of registered HTML autogenerators. Cvs-Brancher allows scheduling of web deployments. vwebedit provides web-based editing of cvs repositories.
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