cvsroot is a script to help keep track of multiple sites when using CVS, and in particular the CVSROOT and CVS_RSH environment variables for those sites. It creates a $HOME/.cvsroot file, with shortcut names representing the different CVS sites. The new environment variables appropriate to the site selected will then be set, and a new shell will be spawned to keep the variables. In this way, you do not have to keep setting the environment yourself, and can rely on the script to keep track of things for you.
cvs-get is a Perl script that allows you to automate the downloading of current CVS snapshots from a variety of sources. It supports features such as listing and downloading of cvs modules from a sources file, updating of the sources file rom multiple remote locations, and building of Debian packages automatically from Debian-enabled CVS sources. It also include unsupported install/upgrade/remove features which can be used as a rudimentary LFS package manager.
Cvsplot is a Perl script which analyzes the history of a CVS-managed project. The script executes on a set of files, analyzes their history, and automatically generates graphs that plot lines of code, number of files, and user contributions against time. It supports both UNIX and Windows environments.
LysCVS is a collection of software that provides a CVS server for local and external users. Local users can create projects and choose whether they should be accessible with anonymous CVS. External users can be given read-write access for one or several projects. LysCVS is similar to the CVS servers of sourceforge, but aimed at an environment with existing users.
bkcvs allows you to easily download the current KDE developer sources from the CVS repository and compile them without any user interaction. It automatically manages the source copy in a local directory, and asks for several other options concerning your future KDE CVS install. For example, you can specify which languages you want to use.
XOTclIDE is an integrated (interactive) development environment for the Tcl and XOTcl language, a highly flexible object-oriented extension of Tcl. It provides a Smalltalk-like programming environment similar to Squick. It allows graphical introspection and editing of a running system (based on Tcl's and XOTcl's introspection facilities). The system state can be saved in the form of Tcl packages. It can optionally use a version control system based on a relational database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC, or SQLite). All system changes are saved to the database on the fly. It provides browsers for viewing and editing xotcl classes and objects. It also contains syntax highlighting and a static code checker for TCL and xotcl. It contains many developer plugins.
X-Hive/DB is a powerful native XML database designed for software developers who require advanced XML data processing and storage functionality within their applications. The comprehensive X-Hive/DB Java API contains methods for storing, querying, retrieving, transforming, and publishing XML data. X-Hive/DB supports all major W3C standards, such as XQuery, XPath, DOM, XPointer, XML Schemas, and more.
Chora is built upon the Horde Application Framework and provides a read-only browser interface to any number of version control repositories. Advanced features include a visual branch view of the repository's history, pretty-printed output, annotation, patchsets and basic statistics.