dProjects is a really simple centralized web and rsync based version control system for small groups. The clients can initiate the file movements from the web interface.
LDIFF is an enhanced language-independent line differencing tool built upon the Unix diff and overcomes its limitations in determining whether an artifact line has been changed or is the result of additions and removals
A graphical browser for examining Monotone VCS repositories without the need for a workspace.
OpenMAP Suite is a document management suite based on Subversion
The OpenMAP business suite has been actively developed since 2011. The suite provides everything a typical DMS needs: * user and group management * data access management * e-mail account management * synchronized, offline mode capable file drive * document management system with tagging, indexing and trailing * server side document backup and archiving system The OpenMAP data handling is mostly based on Subversion, further existing software systems are used to implement the different modules. The server software is intended to run on (Gentoo or Centos) Linux. Supported platforms for the client are Linux and Windows (XP, Vista, 7 and 8), Android support is planned.
QB (Quellcode Bahn) is a software that manage the operations on the source of the programs you develop, with a versioned repository. QB manage the deploy of your program, taking it from the repository and putting it wherever you want with test phase.
generate a GNU compliant ChangeLog file from the svn log messages using a very simple perl script. No big dependencies, no big libraries. Plain and simple.