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.
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.
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.
sccs2svn converts a SCCS repository into a Subversion repository. The script visits a directory tree with SCCS repositories. It then sorts the SCCS deltas by time and applies them to a Subversion repository. The script attempts to transform some SCCS keywords to Subversion keywords.
kdesvn-build is a script to automate the process of downloading, building, and installing KDE from its Subversion source repository. It supports many advanced features such as partial checkout/build of a module, the unsermake build system, incremental make, module checkouts using Subversion snapshots from the kdesvn-build.kde.org site, and repeatable builds. Many options are available, and they apply to every module by default, but most options can be overridden on a module-by-module basis. Every command it executes is logged.
QA Tools allow you (the software product maintainer) to automatically generate regular releases and/or snapshots of your product. Your product can be distributed as a source code archive (typically .tar.gz) or as a binary distribution archive (.deb, .rpm, or .exe). It currently works with software packages that have source code managed using Subversion and that use autoconf/automake.