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Subversion


Subversion is an open source version control system. Founded in 2000 by CollabNet, Inc., the Subversion project and software have seen incredible success over the past decade. The open source community has used Subversion widely: for example in projects such as Apache Software Foundation, Free Pascal, FreeBSD, GCC, Django, Ruby, Mono, SourceForge, ExtJS, Tigris.org, PHP and MediaWiki. Google Code also provides Subversion hosting for their open source projects.

Git


Git is a free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Darcs - Distributed Revision Control in Haskell


Darcs is a distributed advanced revision control system written in Haskell. It is similar to Git, Mercurial and Bazaar. User will have own personnel repository and commits his changes to it. Later the changes are pushed to the centralized repository. Every repository is a branch and it provides support to integrate the changes between them. It provides support to send the changes by email.

Mercurial


Mercurial is fast and powerful. Mercurial offers you the power and speed to efficiently handle projects of any size and kind. Every clone contains the whole project history, so committing, branching, tagging and merging are local operations which makes them fast and convenient. You can use a multitude of workflows and easily enhance its functionality with extensions.

Fossil


Fossil is a distributed version control like Git and Mercurial. Fossil also supports distributed bug tracking and distributed wiki all in a single integrated package. It is simple, high-reliability, distributed software configuration management.

Gitlab - The platform for modern developers


GitLab Community Edition (CE) is open source software to collaborate on code. Create projects and repositories, manage access and do code reviews. Each project has a wiki backed up by a separate git repository. Use the ticketing system included in GitLab or integrate your existing system and lot more.

OpenCVS


OpenCVS is a FREE implementation of the Concurrent Versions System, the most popular open source revision control software. It can be used as both client and server for repositories and provides granular access control over data stored in the repository. It aims to be as compatible as possible with other CVS implementations, except when particular features reduce the overall security of the system.

Monotone


Monotone is a free distributed version control system. It provides a simple, single-file transactional version store, with fully disconnected operation and an efficient peer-to-peer synchronization protocol. It understands history-sensitive merging, lightweight branches, integrated code review and 3rd party testing. It uses cryptographic version naming and client-side RSA certificates.

RHodeCode - Centralized control for distributed repositories


RhodeCode is an open source repository management platform. It provides unified security and team collaboration across Git, Subversion, and Mercurial. Pick the repository type depending on your project, not on your code management tool. Read and write in all repository types from one central point, and see commits, forks, and changeset merges at a glance. Its features include Intuitive System Management, Full text search, Access Management, Change log etc.

Django-rcsfield - A field for the django web framework which - under the hood - versionizes its cont


Looking for a new maintainerI'm looking for a new maintainer for django-rcsfield. If you are interested in taking over the project please send me an e-mail to arne -at- rcs4u.de Versionize Content of Django Model-Fieldsdjango-rcsfield is a field (like models.TextField) for the Django web framework which - under the hood - versionizes its content. The 'rcs' in the name is short for revision control system. The current implementation works with: Bazaar Git (via GitPython) SVN Mercurial (hg) An abs