A Simple Version Control System is an easy to install and use version control system. It is written entirely in PHP and stores data in a SQL database. ASVCS is a great choice for those who not need or want the complexity of most version control systems.
Merge VSS databases with common ancestor
Here is only release files. Project hosted here: https://github.com/azarkevich/VSS3WayMerge
Creates a deep copy of a subversion repository item.
The subversion copy command "svn cp" does not include svn:externals into the copy. This behaviour leads sometimes to mistakes during creation of branches or tags. The svn-deepcopy tool overcomes this problem by including external references into the branch or tag. In contrast to other tools, svn-deepcopy preserves the revision history.
Integrator is a continuous integration tool with web-based interface. It supports a wide variety of version control systems and programming languages/platforms. It is OS independent (written in Java) and server-side service is separated from GUI part.
Web based project management tool for software development projects. Featuring: Issue tracking, Code browser (Subversion SVN), Changeset and revision management, Wiki, Announcement Blog, Multiple repositories and projects.
The goal of SVNManagerLib is to create a kernel type library that can be used by .NET Web Services, Remoting, and ASP.NET for remotely administering Subversion repositories and users. This only supports files for svnserve as a NT Service or *nix Daemon
Useful form to support SVN Commits as an SVN Start-Commit Hook Script
Professional environments focus on high development standards in Source Code Management. E.g. by usage of server side commit hooks to check for minimum acceptance levels on code and documentation quality including commit message structure and content. TortoiseSVN offers only a free form text field to edit inside the Commit Dialog. Developers might recall situations when struggling with commit message structure and fighting the server side commit hooks instead of focusing on message content! Thus being annoyed instead of feeling an incentive to deliver high quality descriptions here. The SVNStartCommitHelper is a client side start commit hook script (as a first version written in Python / Tkinter) exactly offering a well-structured form to fill in. The edited content is transformed and forwarded to the SVN commit dialog then. You still have full control on the commit message then. While using the helper you focus on message quality now instead struggling with message structure.
A web unstructured file system using UUIDs to uniquely identify the files.
A pure Java-based FTP server with a complete security structure, virtual directories/roots, object-based internal representation of files, and designed to be seemlessly cross-platform. Additional wish-list items will be posted shortly.
sbdiff is a frontend for (GNU) diff with colorized side by side output
sbdiff is a frontend for (GNU) diff. It compares files and directories line by line, outputs the files side-by-side in two columns and colorizes the differences. Because it is a console application, no GUI is necessary.
Command line utility to greatly simplify working with svn:ignore lists. Just use 'svnignore' to see all unversioned files, and 'svnignore -a' to ignore all unversioned files. Other options also exist.
multi-repository git client
Tada is a Git client that handles multiple Git repositories simultaneously. Its user interface is based on consoloid technology, so it can be controlled with words in addition to the mouse pointer. It works on the desktop as well as on mobile devices.
xvn is a version control system similar to svn or cvs. It differs in that it versions a directory and all changes are implicit. Objects added to a repository are indexed using the SHA1 hash as the key. Written in C# for mono.
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.