svnauthcheck checks the syntax of a subversion authorization file and generates Apache-like permission specifications to be used by other tools such as ViewVC. svnauthcheck, in combination with subversion pre- and post-commit hooks, can be used to delegate the administration of a repository authorization to the end users.
MultiLoad is a load balancer that redirects HTTP requests to pre-defined servers/locations. It gives the provider a way to balance the traffic and hides the real download location. It allows you to manage different version of each download. It is also a load balancing server extension. You can distribute files on some servers so that a downloaded file can be loaded form different servers. These servers can have different priorities to control the active traffic.
setuptools_git is a plugin for Setuptools that enables Git integration. Once installed, Setuptools can be told to include in a module distribution all the files tracked by git. This is an alternative to explicit inclusion specifications with MANIFEST.in. This package was formerly known as gitlsfiles. The name change is the result of an effort by the setuptools plugin developers to provide a uniform naming convention.
SVN Create Project creates a new SVN project using an initial project directory. It creates the tags and branches directory in the SVN repository and imports the initial directory as "trunk". It then checks out the project from the SVN repository to the defined destination. Finally, it does an integrity check.
cvsxxdiff is a collection of utilities that allow the user to graphically review changes, track status, and manage commits of files managed by a CVS repository. Convenient options to review revisions of a file as it was n versions ago and the CVS log accompanying that revision are provided. When invoked in conflict resolve mode, it works as a graphical tool to resolve conflicts. Graphical output is provided by xxdiff.
PHPMyVersion is designed to keep track of schema changes and row changes to specified tables. Developers can use it to keep track of changes to development databases that need to be passed on to live databases, e.g. through upgrade scripts. It is able to tag changes with a version number, and produce the SQL needed to upgrade a database from one version to another, which is very useful for upgrade scripts.