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.
CheckFiles takes a registry of files and checks their state in remote (where they should be) comparing with a central CVS or with their registry in database. If they differ, the admin can update the registry (CVS / DB), or restore the files or permitions
Corredor is a robust general framework for performing software test automation. The suite aims to simplify the set up, maintenance, and running of tasks, supporting remote distribution, parallel execution, & dependancy hierarchies.
CruiseConsole is a tool that enables developers to monitor and manage CruiseControl from a graphical user interface. In the future features will be added for enabling developers to interactively collaborate with each other to resolve build issues.
If you are a person who is using Subversion for the Version Control System, and you are involved in a project that use CVS. If you want to synchronize your Subversion's repositories with the project's repositories, this is the tool you are looking for.
DeltaWeb is a PHP Subversion server, this project can run on any HTTP server. No need to modify your web server configuration or install Subversion binaries. DeltaWeb just need a HTTP server with PHP 5 with any database.
The DVS Deployable Versioning System is for tracking the development, QA and installation of deployables. It is intended to be used in in-house project environments and uses a CVS style command line interface.
Porc is both a graphical front-end for CVS and a Project management tool, and it provides some interesting extra functionality on top of CVS. It was written in C#, for the .NET Framework.
Subversion Quick Diff Viewer.
A unique client-server combination allowing users to select their own build settings and watch as the server produces their own CVS build.
RubyVersiongSystem (RVS) is a Version Control System like CVS and SVN completely written in Ruby.
Provide secure and stable OS, based on highly modified Linux Kernel, own package system, like "BSD Ports". Compatible with x86, Power PC. Easy to use of any level users. Complete Documentantion in many languages. 99% compatible with Windows.
SleekIce is an easy to use game engine used to write games in Java. This will allow a game programmers to devote more time and thought to their game content rather than how to make the game work.
svnindexer gives the ability of crawling into a Subversion repository to Google Desktop Search.
TTS Data Center Is a Open Source content management system (CMS) Project Built for the sol purpose of cataloging Mods for PC Games.
Webbased PHP Development Utility with planing, profiling and source control. [no release yet]
A collection of Perl and Python scripts for manipulating RCS and CVS repositories and working directories.
A limited-scope fork and extension of the popular 'cvsweb' work originated by Bill Fenner and heavily extended by Henner Zeller. Hoped-for extensions include getting this to also work with Subversion, and adding repository manage functionality.
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.
develoPHP is the first web-development center designed especially for PHP. It includes version control, ticketing and an integrated web editor.
create and modify bsp packages
Versia is a project for version control system or configuration management system based on databased repository. Initially the project is a PHP/MySQL project.