Diff-ext is an extension for filemanagers such as Windows Explorer and Nautilus that allows to launch diff/merge tools on selected files.
TortoiseHg is a shell extension that let users of Mercurial SCM (Hg) work directly from MS-Windows Explorer. It also includes a command line tool, hgtk, for use on Linux and other platforms.
Remote Subversion repository dump
Subversion Web Control (SWC) is an "SVN Client" that allows to control a Webspace for Web-Projects based on SVN via Web Browser: Update your webspace, switch to tags or branches, run SVN commands and much more. Check 'Home Page' link for details.
CMGlue (Configuration Management Glue) is a better git-submodule, to manage a workspace which may contains multiple components that may from various version control tools such as Git and SVN (Subversion), or even just from a shared folder.
Geospatial Distributed Version Control System
NOTE: this project has been renamed as GeoGig. Use this URL to get to the GeoGig downloads: https://sourceforge.net/p/geogig Welcome to the GeoGit project, exploring the use of distributed management of spatial data. GeoGit draws inspiration from Git, but adapts its core concepts to handle versioning of geospatial data. Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.
An elegant and modern git repository viewer in PHP
GitList is an elegant and modern web interface for interacting with multiple git repositories. It allows you to browse repositories using your favorite browser, viewing files under different revisions, commit history, diffs. It also generates RSS feeds for each repository, allowing you to stay up-to-date with the latest changes anytime, anywhere. GitList was written in PHP, on top of the Silex microframework and powered by the Twig template engine. This means that GitList is easy to install and easy to customize. Also, the GitList gorgeous interface was made possible due to Bootstrap.
A heterogeneous bunch of useful Python stuff
Nxpy is a Python library that combines general purpose features with a set of tools more geared towards build automation and source code management. It provides convenient ways to invoke and control interactive and non-interactive commands, context aware backup for files you need to modify, convenience stubs for file like objects, and more. It also contains wrappers for ClearCase, Maven and Subversion, as well as tools to manipulate Maven and Visual Studio configuration files.
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.
version control system written in php
This is another version control system written in PHP. It requires only PHP5 base modules. No running any server, just Web server + PHP + MySQL.
Allows to transparently encrypt repository contents with AES 256. The main advantage is that no additional software needed to be installed in untrusted location. Files are automatically encrypted on the fly when doing git push from trusted location.
This project is a small library for XDR serialization in java
his project is a small library for XDR serialization in java. It will include an XDR parser and an associated XDR protocol library
Git-based multi-project software development, testing, release, and distribution