The Heirloom Project provides standard Unix utilities.
A Highly-scalable, robust, modern version control system written in Java, but providing a language neutral wire-protocol.
MoleSvn is a SubVersion (svn) client frontend for the BeOS/Zeta operating system, implemented as a Tracker extension (like TortoiseSvn for Windows operating system). It incorporates a diff viewer, to easily view and resolve conflicts.
The tcl.prehiti.net applications are a collection of useful development, productivity and image manipulation tools written in tcl. The featured application is mcvs.tcl, a new graphical front-end for CVS.
This is a lightweight updating software made in C++ with Qt that is quite customizable with only a text file, or you can get the full source and edit it to your hearts desires.
A simple perl (or python) CGI that exports the MainLine of a CVS repository as a website. In use since 1998, recently added Subversion support to help migrate away from CVS.
A web-based versioning system to enable people to host a project without a need for a CVS server.