Concurrent Versions System (CVS) CVS is a system that lets groups of people work simultaneously on groups of files. A version control system keeps a history of the changes made to a set of files. For a developer, that means being able to keep track of all the changes you've made to a program during the entire time you've been developing it.
Web-based graphical interface to CVS, includes cvsblame which finds who modified particular line most recently.
Free cvs source code hosting with *nix command line access or use any other client cvs tools for windows or *nix. Add as many projects as your wish and multiple accounts for the one project.
CVS - Open Source Version Control
Home of CVS development, the code (source and binaries), documentation, third party add-ons, news, links.
CVS Access Control List Extension
CVSACL provides advanced ACLs per modules, directories, and files on branch/tag for remote cvs repository connections. Execution of all CVS subcommands can be controlled with eight different permissions. GPL.
CVS for MVS
Information on the CVS port to MVS/OS390/USS on Mainframes.
CVS Professional Support and CVSNT
Provides free downloads of CVS for Windows/Unix/Linux/Mac OS X. Also professional support plans, training and installation.
CVS Utilities is a small collection of scripts that allow you to manage the files in the CVS working directory: cvschroot, cvsdo, cvsu. Free software.
CVS Version Control for Web Site Projects
Describes use of CVS version control for web development, quality assurance, and maintenance.
CVS via FTP
Automagic web site mirroring via FTP, under GPL.
CVS-log-message-to-ChangeLog conversion script
Generate a changelog of CVS checkins as RSS.
CVSBrowser is a Total Commander File System Plugin to browse a CVS repository.
Grab a cvs tree from behind a firewall. This tool is written in Java and works on most platforms, and it requires a CVS repository accessible with ViewVC.
A CVS automation suite to knit up various CVS repositories from existing source packages.
Program for safely manipulating and inspecting CVS repositories, used primarily for keeping several repositories in sync, using CVSup.
CVS server running under Windows NT/2000.
Cvsplot is used for collecting statistics from CVS controlled files. Simple statistics such as how the total number of files and lines of code change against time.
A tool that searches for code fragments using CVS comments. Demo with data from KDE.
A suite of CVS goodies written in perl for the harried Big Project Administrator.
Web-based bug and patch-set tracking system. Features a built-in Wiki and SQL database engine; works under Unix and Windows. [GNU]
CVSweb (FreeBSD version)
CVSweb is a perl script that uses RCS commands to give a web interface to CVS. Allows browsing of source code looking for revision, tags, and releases.
CVSweb for Windows 95/NT/2000
Instructions and downloads for running CVSweb on Windows PWS/IIS. Also limited information on running CVSweb on Windows with Apache.
Offers a unified view of source code repository. [Commercial, free for Open Source or non-commercial projects].
Searchable archive of the information-cvs listserv.
Introduction to CVS
A slideshow introducing CVS.
A system that provides access to CVS in an easily administered way for both local and external users.
Provides hosting for version control, issue tracking, and project management tools for projects of all sizes.
Publicly Accessible CVS Repositories
Cameron Laird's personal index to publicly-accessible CVS repositories.
A commercial online service that allows Internet workgroups or technical teams to share data and manage source code changes from remote locations.
Generates statistics for a CVS repository, including lines of code graphs, developer activity, commit log. Output is HTML and PNG.
ViewVC (formerly known as ViewCVS) is like cvsweb but written in Python. Browse the repository, view files, display diffs between versions. Bonsai-like query features.
Last update:May 21, 2016 at 0:24:04 UTC