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cvs2svn/cvs2git/cvs2bzr/cvs2hg is a family of tools for migrating a CVS repository, including branches, tags, and history, to Subversion, git, Bazaar, or Mercurial. It is designed for high-quality one-time conversions, not for repeated synchronizations between CVS and the target VCS.
latexdiff is a Perl script, which compares two latex files and marks up significant differences between them (i.e. a diff for latex files). Various options are available for visual markup using standard latex packages such as "color.sty". Changes not directly affecting visible text ... [More]
Version control system integration plugin for FAR file manager (http://www.farmanager.com). CVS and Subversion support are currently under active development. Perforce support is planned. If you've downloaded this plugin, I'd be glad if you drop me a line to at gmail.com with your feedback (in English or Russian).
gedit-vcsMission StatementTo create, with the community, a set of version control system integration plugins for gedit to allow for the version control of files from within gedit. FeaturesCommon interface for all VCS plugins to adhere to View which files are up to date, modified, or in conflict ... [More]
Adding empty directories to CVS, GIT, Mercurial and other VCSs is not possible. Using placeholder files is a common workaround. However, managing them manually is tedious. MarkEmptyDirs will do this job for you and create/delete them automatically.
Fromcvs is a fast and modular CVS –> * converter and currently supports conversion to git and mercurial. Fromcvs performs CVS changeset aggregation itself and does not rely on cvsparse or other tools which tend to fail for large projects.
«Django VCS Watch» is django application which can generate customized RSS and atom feed with updates from different Version Control Systems. See additional documentation and download sources from this project's page at github.com. This SVN repository was created for convinience only. To ... [More]