The Heirloom Project provides standard Unix utilities.
Web-based subversion manager
Codepot is a web-based subversion repository manager. It incorporates the subversion revision control system and wiki-based documentation, and supports authentication via LDAP or DBMS. If you opt for the simplest, you can manage multiple subversion repositories independent of each other. Going beyond it, you can track issues, write documents, and upload release files. See it live at http://code.abiyo.net
A graphical browser for examining Monotone VCS repositories without the need for a workspace.
Sitellite is an advanced web based Content Management System (CMS) and PHP framework which also utilizes Apache and MySQL technology to operate. The latest Sitellite CMS project downloads are always available at http://www.sitelliteforge.com/
An easy to use version control/code storage system.
Subbarna is the new web-graphical way to admin Subversion. You can admin your repositoroies (create, modify, delete, add/remove users, etc...) by a simple web interface.
Minimal subversion client
CvsKnit is a toolset to automate knitting up CVS repositories from existing source packages. This is a sub-project of minix-up project (SF.jp).
rcss makes using (RCS) (S)imple
rcss - rcs simplified. RCS is revision control. While the newer revision controls like git have taken the world by storm, I find as a systems administrator that I don't need all the features of git, I need some thing simple and that stays on my server and is simple and easy to use. RCS fit the bill for me for revision control. RCS didn't make it easy to do things like compare, revert. So I wrote rcss, to make working with rcs MUCH simpler, at least for myself. I hope you find it as useful as I have.
syncSQL is a perl server-side CVS script, that sends commit information to a mySQL database, so commits can be viewed, tracked and filtered throught a simple web page or any mySQL client.