Submin provides a Web-based admin interface to your Subversion and Git repositories. Its features include user/group management, path permission management, the ability to create svn repositories and managing commit email messages. For Subversion, authentication is done with htpasswd/svn authz, so it can use the same login information as apache2/svn (and trac). For Git, ssh is used, and the login information is synched whenever a change is made. The Web interface can also work with NGINX/uWSGI, but the Subversion part only works with Apache.
Subversion Labels is a set of scripts and server-side hook programs that allow people to give Subversion revision numbers more meaningful aliases (such as release-1.1.2beta), and use them instead of remembering revision numbers. It does not require modification/recompilation of the Subversion server/client code, and is aimed at people who dislike Subversion's tags-are-branches approach.
WANdisco's Subversion/CVS Access Control provides full authorization, authentication, access control, and audit capabilities that go well beyond what Subversion and CVS provide on their own. Administrators can implement and maintain the most complex security policies with a minimum of effort. Valuable intellectual property is protected and a complete audit trail is provided, insuring compliance with SOX and other regulatory requirements.
Subversive is a pure Java Eclipse plug-in that provides Subversion (SVN) support. From a user's point of view, it provides Subversion support similar to CVS support, which is already part of the standard Eclipse platform. Besides functionality, it offers good usability and nice user interface.
SvnReporter generates various reports in response to commits happening in a Subversion repository. It is intended to be called from the post-commit hook. Two types of reports are supported: single-event and event list reports. The former generate reports relative to the current commit only, and are typically used to generate post-commit mails. The latter generate reports relative to a list of commits, e.g. an RSS feed or a Web page showing the latest commits. Reports can be restricted to certain criteria, specified by a list of regular expressions. The format of the reports can be defined with a template.