ded, the directory editor, allows you to navigate multiple file lists or a directory tree, viewing or changing file attributes rapidly. In addition to conventional file information, it operates on files' RCS or SCCS archives, making it useful for source control as well as system administration. It is curses-based.
Continuum is a continuous integration server. It makes sure that software always builds and works as expected. Continuous integration allows software projects to find and identify problems as soon as code is in the source control system. It currently supports building Apache Maven v1 and v2 projects.
SVN-RaWeb-Light is a lightweight Web interface for remote Subversion repositories. It resembles the default HTTP interface, but provides some extra features. It generates minimalistic HTML and works against any remote (or local) repository supported by Subversion's Repository Access Layer.
rconftool is a reimplementation of Sam Varshavchik's sysconftool in Ruby. Its purpose is to keep configuration files "fresh" when upgrading an application from one version to another, ensuring that all necessary settings are present and that obsolete ones are removed. To use it, application writers need to distribute their config files marked up with some simple metadata in comments, and arrange for the "make install" or "make install-configure" target to invoke rconftool. rconftool can be called as a library function or from the command line. It can also install groups of files recursively from one directory tree into another.
fs2svn takes a sequence of archive folders (snapshots or historical backups of a project) and makes a new Subversion repository, preserving their revision history. Each top-level folder creates one revision, which is backdated to its most recent file's modification date. Additions, changes, and deletions between one folder and the next are all recorded in the repository, and the efficient diff-based storage saves disk space over the original full or incremental backups.
A Simple Version Control System is an easy to install and easy to to use version/revision control system. It differs from most other version control systems in that it is designed to keep track of files in place. It does not allow any changes to be made to files; all changes require the users to change files externally with FTP or SSH access. It is very easy to set up and use. Users do not need to work with repository, branches, commit, and check-out files. All a user needs to do is upload the changes files and click Update, or if enabled, just wait for it to be updated automatically.