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.
CVS tools - set of utilities for users, project/build managers and system administrators. The tools use platform independent languages like bash, Perl, Python or Java. Platform support Win32/Cygwin and Linux based file systems.
This provides a package which presents the CVS contents as mountable file system. It allows to view the versioned files as like they were ordinary files on a disk. There is also a possibility to check in/out some files for editing.
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
The code of CVS2SQL package takes CVS log text files, parses them and creates SQL embedded database that can later be queried using pure SQL.
CVSConsole is a Console based Text User Interface for CVS. The Frontend is planned in Curses Development Kit. Unlike the shell kind of interface, CVSConsole is menu based and utilises the full screen (25x80). The project allows the user to browse the rep
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
A tool that searches for code fragments using CVS comments. CVSSearch takes advantage of the fact that a CVS comment typically describes the lines of code involved in the commit and that this description will typically hold for many future versions.
A suite of CVS goodies written in perl for the harried Big Project Administrator.
A tool supporting effective use of CVS for Smalltalk projects
A Java/Swing graphical CVS project browser, primarily aimed at helping illuminate the history of the project, with particular emphasis on credit/blame allocation.
CVSreport formats and mails configurable reports of CVS events (add, remove, modify). It is meant to cooperate with cvsweb/viewcvs CGIs.
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.
An drop-in replacement for CVS version 1.12 Write proxying feature for use in distributing CVS across multiple locations where there are many mirrors and only a single master. Useful where cvs clients that support the write proxying are unavailable.
In this you can keep data of branching/tagging, Release, Build, User Information,Knowledge Base, News, Create different groups, trouble ticket and many more.
CvsShell is a console-based cvs frontend. It provides convenient access to the cvs commands through a shell-like user interface. CvsShell is written in Python.
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.
Automated build system. CVS commit / watch / tag notification via email, newsgroup, and/or IRC. Console-based file manipulation tools and utilities. XML-based file copy/FTP script. IRC session logger. Synchronize web site with CVS. GPL. Tested on
Plugin for Eclipse IDE to view CVS Repository information graphically. Includes historical timeline of file updates.
ExpLab is a set of tools that supports the running, documentation and evaluation of computational experiments.
ATTENTION! ExpTools has been renamed to ExpLab To visit the new homepage click on "Home page".
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 !
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
CVSGI (Concurrent Versions System Graphical Interface) is a Java based GUI application which works with the CVS archiving system. CVSGI GUI acts as an interface between the user and the CVS system.
Ganesh is a revision and dependency analysis tool. Ganesh may be used to manage checkouts that crosscut multiple VCS stores, such as CVS, Mercurial, Subversion and web folders. Ganesh is the ultimate tool for complex project lifecycle management.