A toolkit to make working with Git more intuitive
Git Extensions is a toolkit aimed at making working with Git on Windows more intuitive. Git Extensions is also available on Linux and Mac OS X using Mono. The shell extension will integrate in Windows Explorer and presents a context menu on files and directories. There is also a Visual Studio plugin to use Git from the Visual Studio IDE. There are video tutorials for some basic functions on YouTube and links for the Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation here: * YouTube tutorials: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#video-tutorials * Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#links
This project provides a generic CDS (or ARINC 661 Server), coded in the Java language in order to facilitate the understanding of the ARINC 661 standard, prototype ARINC 661 concepts and architectures, etc… This project is managed by Dassault Aviation.
Yet Another Diff Tool
YaDT - Yet another Diff Tool. It is another front-end for diff and in earlier versions diff3 utility. With YaDT you can compare and merge 2 and/or 3 files. YaDT is written on Tcl/Tk and wrapped in a single executable file with the help of sdx and tclkit. diff and cvs utilities are embedded inside YaDT. Also, YaDT supports Git and Mercurial repositories, but git and hg are not embedded inside YaDT, you should have git/hg executable in your path environment.
A lightweight cross platform compare and merge tool. It supports file, directory and archive comparison, merge and syntax highlighting. Many GUI features are configurable and supports multiple languages (localization).
An open-source FPC LCL based GUI utility for version control tools (like SVN). It's inspired by Borland Team Source for the easy of use and simple interface. as well as provides the latest features available with modern version control tools.
Finds used & unused VIs in a LabVIEW project.
The p4eclipse project has moved to http://code.google.com/p/p4eclipse.
The main goal is to provide a version control solution, which can be easily accessed from a local system or remote and also connect to a Servlet/JSP web application. It is to be developed in Java using J2EE technology and using XML to store version info.
Converts a patch that comprise multiple projects to an "Eclipse Workspace Patch 1.0". It takes the path on the clipboard and tries to convert it to a workspace patch, by adding the required headers.
Wiki application based on SVN as storage, Velocity to display pages, Lucene to search and programmable using Groovy.