This patch allows CVS to have a user-level security for the modules. A person is only able to make operations(in pserver mode) if he has the given permissions.
This simple utility alows you to view the differences in branches of you cvs project in a graphical and easy to understand way.
CVS Chronoview is a client-side tool that presents a chronological view of the history of multiple files in a CVS repository. It does not rely on any server-side tool.
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.
The enclosed Python scripts differ from most other commit notification solutions in that they coalesce all of the commit operations from a single \\\"cvs commit\\\" command into a single email. Most other solutions will send one email per directory.
This project is meant to be a catch-all project for miscellaneous short scripts and patches that enhance CVS.
A web application for searching the history of CVS actions.
Want to use CVS to manage your projects? Know how to modify an XML file? If so, then CVS Interceptor might be for you. Just install CVS, upload some Perl files (maybe some Perl modules), modify an XML config file to fit your project and you're done.
CVS Monitor is a perl CGI application for monitoring activity in a CVS repository. It is somewhat similar in purpose to cvsweb, but far more useful when you want to keep an eye on current development, or provide a view into the project to the public.
Very simple project for reporting on cvs repositories. Two independent implementations are being written - one in Java and one in Python. Thus this is also a comparison between the two languages.
This Shell Extension integrates the CVS version control system into Windows Explorer. It provides status indicators, extra columns, property pages and other types of information about files that are under source control.
An editor for the CVS pserver password file. Supports both GUI and shell mode.
CVS Web Client is the new name for a combined cvsweb+cvswebedit. It allows users to edit files in a CVS repository, using only a web browser.
full cvs web based client using original cvs backend ofcourse:) this cvs web client is designed to be easy to use, and powerful cvs client
A patch for CVS that allows bookmarks (stored in ~/.cvsbookmarks file) to be used instead of long and complex repository names.
An implementation of the CVS client/server protocol in Java. It also has classes for user interaction via a command line or using a Swing GUI.
CVS web viewer for IIS/VB/COM+/ASP - similar to ViewCVS but targeted for Windows. It contains a forum for discussing code sections. (This project also contains -CVS Surfer- which is a stand-alone desktop CVS viewer. The code is similar to cvs4iis.)
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.
cvsfs4hurd is a translator for the GNU Hurd, which allows to "mount" a CVS module into your local filesystem. It allows to view version controlled files as like they were regular files on your disk, however saving much network bandwidth.
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
CVSBrowser provides web-based access to view CVS repositories, based on the cvs 'modules' file to more accurately reflecting the repository, and handling multiple repositories with individual configurations.
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