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Tailor is a tool to migrate changesets between ArX, Bazaar, Bazaar-NG, CVS, Codeville, Darcs, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, Perforce, Subversion and Tla repositories.
This is the Hg-Git plugin for Mercurial, adding the ability to push to and pull from a Git server repository from Hg. It is a two-way bridge. This means you can collaborate on Git based projects from Hg and, indirectly, on Hg based projects from Git.
A faster implementation of hgk (hg view) using pygtk/pyqt4. Its primary purpose was to be able to browse the linux kernel mercurial repository and have a better looking view of mercurial repos.
RhodeCode (formerly hg-app) is Pylons based repository management and serving for mercurial. It's similar to github or bitbucket, but it's supposed to run as standalone app, it's open source and focuses more on restricted access to repositories. There's no default free access to ... [More]
VHFFS is a virtual hosting platform for free software. Initially developed by Tuxfamily.org, it can be used for shared hosting on several shared servers or for personal hosting on a single computer. It is designed to be used by many users, providing an user-friendly interface to configure web ... [More]
The Ohloh Source Control Management library is an abstraction layer for source control management systems, allowing an application to interoperate with various SCMs using a single interface. It was originally developed at Ohloh, and is used to generate the reports at www.ohloh.net.
HgEclipse is a plugin providing support for the highly popular Mercurial distributed version control system within the Eclipse IDE.
Hatta is a small wiki engine for use inside a Mercurial repository. It can run locally and doesn't require any configuration; it's just a single Python file. It can be also configured to run on a Web server. Since the wiki can be cloned and merged along with the repository, it's perfect ... [More]
Project Builder (aka pb) helps you package your software from your CMS (Subversion or CVS currently) to multiple distributions (mandriva, fedora, openSuSE, debian, ubuntu, gentoo to name a few) either locally or using virtual machines (qemu currently). It's written in perl and is derived from ... [More]