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Mercurial is a fast, lightweight Source Control Management system designed for efficient handling of very large distributed projects.
Bazaar is a simple decentralized revision control system. Decentralized revision control systems give users the ability to branch remote repositories to a local context. Users can commit to local branches without requiring special permission from the branches that they branched from.
Darcs is a free, open source source code management system. Every user has access to the full command set, removing boundaries between server and client or committer and non-committers. Darcs is easy to learn and efficient to use because it asks you questions in response to simple commands ... [More]
svk is a distributed version control system designed from the ground up to integrate cleanly with Subversion, the emerging standard in enterprise version control. With SVK, advanced branching and merging and even offline commits are easy.
Web based code review and project management for Git based projects. Gerrit is a web based code review system, facilitating online code reviews for projects using the Git version control system. Gerrit makes reviews easier by showing changes in a side-by-side display, and allowing inline ... [More]
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 ... [More]
GForge delivers tools to help manage the development process.It includes tools to help your team collaborate, like message forums and mailing lists; tools to create and control access to Source Code Management repositories like CVS and Subversion. GForge automatically creates a repository and ... [More]
StGIT is a Python application providing similar functionality to Quilt (i.e. pushing/popping patches to/from a stack) on top of GIT. These operations are performed using GIT commands and the patches are stored as GIT commit objects, allowing easy merging of the StGIT patches into other repositories using standard GIT functionality.