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An open-source revision control system, which aims to be a compelling replacement for CVS. This is the main page of the project with sources, bug tracking, and mailing list.
The aim of this project is to provide integration for SVN into the Visual Studio .NET IDE.
Provides Subversion Hosting and other tools for developers.
Project page with information, sources, and bugtracking for the GUI implemented in Java/Swing. It is based on the command line interface.
Allows user to browse repositories, check for changes, review, merge and commit changes, update working copies and examine the revision history.
The page has the sources and information on the module.
Provides hosting for version control, issue tracking, document management, and wiki tools for projects of all sizes.
Powerful, cross-platform Subversion client. All required tools (File Compare, Conflict Solver, Subversion- and SSH-client) are included. Free Foundation version, commercial Professional version.
Describes how to install the Subversion server on a Windows system, and get it running.
SVN SCC proxy for Microsoft Developer Studio, by PushOk software.
Automatically generates changelogs from a Subversion repository.
A lightweight web-interface for a remote Subversion repository. Not unlike the default mod_dav_svn HTML interface, but with some improvements.
A community help and discussion forum for exchanging information and tips with other users.
SVNKit is an Open Source pure Java Subversion library.
SVNRevMailer is a small tool that E-mails reports of the changes in subversion repositories.
An open source GUI for most features of the svn client binary. Feature list, screen shots and download.
A cross-platform GUI client for Subversion. (Commercial)
Tool to push the content of a subversion repository or a part of a repository to another repository. Downloads and documentation for Perl module and command-line front-end.
Web version of a book about Subversion. Work in progress, however already very complete. The book should be published by O'Reilly and Associates later in 2004.
Subversion hosting that supports secure repository access through SSL, an easy to use administration frontend to manage users and repositories, and a subversion browser. Free accounts for teachers and students.
Offers a Microsoft Visual Studio Plugin for seamless integration with Subversion and a server implementing the protocol.
Offers commercial remote hosted Subversion repositories.
Demonstrates how to use Subversion for multiuser, distributed projects. (December 19, 2002)
Introduces Subversion and explains how to use it for personal projects. (October 31, 2002)
An open-source revision control system, which aims to be a compelling replacement for CVS. This is the main page of the project with sources, bug tracking, and mailing list.
A community help and discussion forum for exchanging information and tips with other users.
SVNRevMailer is a small tool that E-mails reports of the changes in subversion repositories.
Offers commercial remote hosted Subversion repositories.
Offers a Microsoft Visual Studio Plugin for seamless integration with Subversion and a server implementing the protocol.
The aim of this project is to provide integration for SVN into the Visual Studio .NET IDE.
Powerful, cross-platform Subversion client. All required tools (File Compare, Conflict Solver, Subversion- and SSH-client) are included. Free Foundation version, commercial Professional version.
A lightweight web-interface for a remote Subversion repository. Not unlike the default mod_dav_svn HTML interface, but with some improvements.
Provides Subversion Hosting and other tools for developers.
Project page with information, sources, and bugtracking for the GUI implemented in Java/Swing. It is based on the command line interface.
Allows user to browse repositories, check for changes, review, merge and commit changes, update working copies and examine the revision history.
Describes how to install the Subversion server on a Windows system, and get it running.
An open source GUI for most features of the svn client binary. Feature list, screen shots and download.
Tool to push the content of a subversion repository or a part of a repository to another repository. Downloads and documentation for Perl module and command-line front-end.
A cross-platform GUI client for Subversion. (Commercial)
Automatically generates changelogs from a Subversion repository.
Subversion hosting that supports secure repository access through SSL, an easy to use administration frontend to manage users and repositories, and a subversion browser. Free accounts for teachers and students.
Provides hosting for version control, issue tracking, document management, and wiki tools for projects of all sizes.
SVNKit is an Open Source pure Java Subversion library.
SVN SCC proxy for Microsoft Developer Studio, by PushOk software.
The page has the sources and information on the module.
Web version of a book about Subversion. Work in progress, however already very complete. The book should be published by O'Reilly and Associates later in 2004.
Demonstrates how to use Subversion for multiuser, distributed projects. (December 19, 2002)
Introduces Subversion and explains how to use it for personal projects. (October 31, 2002)
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