svndumpalter is a utility to alter Subversion repository dump files. It is similar in concept to svndumpfilter, except that it can perform much more powerful manipulations on the data. It is useful for migrating projects between repositories, cleaning up existing repositories, and so on.
SVNAccess is a small Web application which lets one manage the access to SVN repositories through a simple interface. It uses existing Apache password files/users and stores information in a MySQL database in order to generate an AuthzSVNAccessFile formatted access file. One can also delegate admin rights to a group and repository access to users so that repository owners can manage their own access.
BelowVersion is a single-file Python CGI to browse a Subversion repository. It only needs a Web server with Python support and bindings for Subversion libraries. It bypasses the high-level client library for acceptable performance without losing features. It is written to be fast to navigate with mouse, both within a single revision and between revisions. It can provide revision logs, colored diffs, and a side-by-side view for image revisions. It can also serve the files like a normal (static) Web server, allowing plain view or saving to disk. It is written to be embeddable in other Web applications with little effort (explained in the source).
svndelta helps manage a Subversion project, identifying the local files that have been added, changed, or deleted. The relevant files can be automatically added to and removed from Subversion. A list of files is produced, with a summary of content differences, i.e. the number of lines of code that have been added, changed, and deleted.
SourceHaven is a Software Configuration Management (SCM) system that was initially based on Subversion and adds an embedded Oracle database. A full-featured Web application is provided for all repository, user, and system administration needs such as managing permissions, users, backups, and so on. It supports all Subversion based clients and Subversion repository dump files. It aims to offer significantly improved performance, administration, and reliability.
SVN2Log automatically generates changelogs from a Subversion repository. You do not need to waste your time and write a special changelog document with a subset of features already described in your SVN commits' descriptions; you decide which parts will be displayed for your users.