Antmod is a build management, release management, and repository management tool. Its implementation is an Ant-based extensible engine for retrieving, versioning, building, and deploying code to and from Subversion or CVS. It standardizes build files for Java projects and provides build plugins for various tasks. It also standardizes tagging and branching for both CVS and Subversion, and its module and repository management can also be used for non-Java projects. It greatly speeds up Java software development, promotes reuse of Java software, and standardizes the build-test- release cycle.
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.
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.
svngroup is a collection of tools designed to facilitate advanced access control lists for Subversion repositories. Unlike tools such as svnperms.py or authz, svngroup puts the manipulation of ACLs directly in the hands of group owners. Group owners are those individuals who have been granted "special" privileges in the repository and can make decisions regarding who can and can't submit to a particular location in the repository.