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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.
vcs-load-dirs is a tool to automate and simplify the loading of software into version control systems. It is designed primarily for importing from a non-version-controlled upstream, such as processing release tarballs. While a bit of scripting can help some version control systems achieve a basic ... [More]
Mercurial is a fast, lightweight Source Control Management system designed for efficient handling of very large distributed projects. This project is providing basic integration between IntelliJ IDEA and Mercurial VCS. Installation and ConfigurationInstall from IDEA plugin manager Plugin is ... [More]
EasyMercurial is a user interface for the Mercurial distributed version control system, aimed at users without a software development background. It is intended to be simple to teach and to learn; indicative of the actual repository state, using a history graph representation; recognisably close ... [More]
Semantic diff and merge tool based on format-aware transformations to and from abstract parse trees: Avoid merge conflicts because of meaningless "flat file" differences like reformatted whitespace and line endings. Allow developers to use personal formatting conventions locally while ... [More]
A way to integrate VCS-agnostic repository browsing into Django apps. Initially, Subversion and Git will be supported (and hopefully Mercurial as well), but if anyone is interested in supplying other functionality, please let us know.
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.
IntroductionThe goal of this project is to collect Python based Mercurial hooks. DocumentationIn order to be able to use the hooks provided by hghooklib you need to make sure hghooklib directory is in your PYTHONPATH. See the ChangeLog for version information. HooksCurrently, the following ... [More]
Yet another VCS browser (like ViewVC) and a kind of analyzer providing multiple statistics about repository content and developer activities. Targeted to work with Subversion, GIT and Mercurial. Currently at the planning and 'proof of concept' phase. Here comes the requirement page.