Robust shell script to create backups and archives for websites.
NOWING is a web application framework as well as a approach to software development. With NOWING, you can build strong, stable web applications rapidly.
PEACH-PDM is a product and document management system. It handles products and hierarchies of products and tracks product releases. Products are defined by documents, which are put under revision control.
Reviewer adds comments on code which developer has to follow up. Useful for managing code quality and determining the quality of work delivered by a developer. Most of all it provides a place where developers can learn from their previous mistakes.
p4_to_cc_import.pl can be used to migrate files from Perforce revision control tool to IBM Rational ClearCase. It is far from a perfect migration tool, but better than nothing.
Personal Version System
PC Based Version system for any file type. Suspend any project then return with no Version loss. Revert to any Version at any time, see all versions content and compare
Personal Version System PC Based
Full version system for any file type, revert to any version, see all versions suspend monitoring and return at any time without losing version.
PocketSVN is a subversion compatible client that runs on Windows PocketPC devices to facilitate check-outs and commits from a PocketPC device. This will allow for easy mass updates of software of handheld devices.
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.
PortableSubversion (psvn) for win32 is a set of useful scripts and documentation to help developers who use Subversion to talk to version control while on other Windows computers.
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.
SVN4J is a pure Java client for Subversion / SVN. It offers the same interface as Subversion's Javahl native client.
The goal is 3D game engine. I will also want to have a 2D version of the same thing :) People will like multi-choice for 1 game =p ScarNastics 3D game build on jMonkeyEngine[jME2, 2009] ScarNastics 2D game build on a personal home build written by Sonis
A unified API for multiple source control backends. Will initially suport Visual Source Safe, CVS and Subversion.
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.
An ANT task for SUBCLIPSE (a subversion client for ECLIPSE)
This ECLIPSE plug-in adds an additional ANT task 'de.unkrig.subclipse.svn' which is available in ANT builds which have the option 'Run in the same JRE as the workspace' set. The ANT task uses the SVN client that is provided by the SUBCLIPSE plug-in. Thus no configuration is required, because it is re-used from SUBCLIPSE.
svnindexer gives the ability of crawling into a Subversion repository to Google Desktop Search.
Minimal subversion client
Package based database system overlay for CVS
The SvnBot is a simple single purpose IRC robot that monitors one or more SVN repositories. When changes are committed to a source repository the robot makes an announcement in an IRC channel.
TTS Data Center Is a Open Source content management system (CMS) Project Built for the sol purpose of cataloging Mods for PC Games.
TextDiff.NET is the .NET component to list differences between two integer arrays using a "longest common subsequence" algorithm. Typically, this component is used to diff 2 text files once their individuals lines have been hashed.