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AnkhSVN is a Subversion Source Control Provider for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010. AnkhSVN provides source code management support to all project types supported by Visual Studio and allows you to perform the most common version control operations directly from inside the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.

WebSVN - Online subversion repository browser

WebSVN provides web interface to view Subversion repository. It helps to view file or directory and see a list of all the files changed, added or deleted in any given revision. It provides support to view the differences between two versions of a file.

SVNKit- SubVersion Client in Java

SVNKit is a pure Java toolkit - it implements all Subversion features and provides APIs to work with Subversion working copies, access and manipulate Subversion repositories - everything within your Java application.


A Visual FoxPro Community effort to create open source add-ons for Visual FoxPro 9.0. The code, classes, and libraries made available here are the result of a community-based effort to support and extend Visual FoxPro.

Wowdiff - monitor the changes made by Blizzard to the World of Warcraft client interface. [sleeping

VersionsProject temporarily sleeping (sorry I don't play yet to WoW, let me know if you would like to maintain it) SummaryA project for World of Warcraft Add-On authors to monitor the changes made by Blizzard to the World of Warcraft client interface APIs. "Diff" links are located on the "Source" tab. The GoogleCode web interface gives a few informations about diffs however, due to implemented web restrictions, it is recommended to use a third party subversion software like TortoiseSVN to have a

Stark-fist-of-retrieval - The Stark Fist of Retrieval backs up your Cisco configs . . . with slack!

SToR has been renamed and moved! Check out Bacon at http://github.com/Shazburg/baconYou need to backup your Cisco configs! You are (or your boss is) too cheap to shell out the bucks for an 'enterprise' solution! You haven't the chops (or time) to write a solution of your own. You also need to slack harder. Stark Fist of Retrieval is here! It uses Net::Telnet::Cisco to dump your configs and check them into subversion. Is it fancy? No. Is it hard to use? No. Should you still be using telnet to tal

Turbobytes-cocomon - COde COverage MONitor - To monitor unit test code coverage on a release by rele

In an ideal world all software projects will start with a strict process for automated unit testing and more importantly will stick to it. Unfortunately at this point in time it is just a fantasy. I am a firm believer of unit testing and will go out of my way to make sure that every bit of code I write is covered with unit tests. But sometimes, reality sinks in and I am deployed into projects that have been churning out code for a few years with little or no consideration for automated unit test

Sv-subversion - subversion wrapper to simplify the task of branching and merging

sv is no longer being maintained. If you can, use git. If you are using subversion have a look at git-svn. sv is a wrapper around subversion to simplify the task of branching and merging Specifically, it is a command line tool written in Python that treats branches and tags as first-class names/identifiers so you can operate on them directly without worrying about starting revisions, URLs, and project paths. Here are some reasons why sv might help you work with subversion: sv is optimized for ma

Svcs - Augment the servoy repository with subversion and enable external editing of methods.

This project's goal is to make the Servoy repository editable outside of the normal methods in Servoy Developer and apply full version control on all aspects via subversion. Backup your servoy repository before trying this script, this has only really been tested in the environment at our office and lacks any testing on platforms other than linux + mysql or repositories with more than one solution. Note also at this time the scripts have only been tested with Servoy 3.5 InstallationSettingUpSVCS

Sventon - Subversion repository web browser

Welcome to the sventon project!sventon is a free, open source, web client for browsing Subversion repositories. It is powerful, straightforward to use, and super easy to install. sventon is a pure Java application, all you need to run it is a Java SE 6 runtime and a Servlet 2.4/JSP 2.0 compliant webserver, such as Tomcat 6.0. Installation is truly simple, we will have you up and running in no-time! For more information, please see sventon.org.