SVN Create Project creates a new SVN project using an initial project directory. It creates the tags and branches directory in the SVN repository and imports the initial directory as "trunk". It then checks out the project from the SVN repository to the defined destination. Finally, it does an integrity check.
TurnKey Revision Control Appliance is an integrated revision control server combining the best open source version control systems: Subversion, Git, Bazaar, and Mercurial. A Web interface is included for each system, making it easy to browse through the code base, compare revisions, and manage repositories for multiple projects. No configuration is required and security patches are automatically installed. A Web management interface, configuration console, and AJAX Web shell are provided. To minimize footprint the appliance is built from the ground up with the minimum required components. It runs everywhere thanks to multiple build formats, including an installable live CD, a VMDK with OVF support, and an Amazon EC2 AMI.
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.
Kumulate gives a graphical overview of progress on a tree of translation (.po) files. For each one, as well as showing the actual statistics, it will show a box: the horizontal (left-right) axis is a color-coded representation of progress on the translation, and the vertical (up-down) axis represents the relative size of the module or file.
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.