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JCVS
JCVS is a CVS client package written entirely in Java. JCVS provides a complete CVS client/server protocol package that allows any provides a complete CVS client/server protocol package that allows any Java program to implement the complete suite of CVS operations. JCVS also provides a Swing based client that provides a commercial quality GUI client for CVS. Finally, jCVS provides a Servlet that allows any Servlet enabled web server to present any CVS repository on the internet for browsing and download.

JavaSVN
JavaSVN is a pure java Subversion (SVN) client library. This means that users of the library, i.e. java applications do not have to means that users of the library, i.e. java applications do not have to include svn native binaries or javahl bindings to work with subversion repository. JavaSVN library is not only a 100% java replacement for javahl bindings, but also a library that provides high level of control over subversion repository operations.

StatCvs
StatCvs retrieves information from a CVS repository and generates various tables and charts describing the project development, e.g. various tables and charts describing the project development, e.g. timeline for the lines of code, contribution of each developer etc. The current version of StatCvs generates a static suite of HTML documents containing tables and chart images.

Superversion
Superversion is a multi-user distributed version control system based on change sets. A major focus in its development is efficiency and based on change sets. A major focus in its development is efficiency and ease-of-use. Features include a graphical user interface, branches, conflict detection and resolution, a history tree view, export and report functions, CVS-compatible keyword substitution, overridable file type autodetection and a transactional internal database.

StatSVN
StatSVN retrieves information from a Subversion repository and generates various tables and charts describing the project development. generates various tables and charts describing the project development. The current version of StatSVN generates a static suite of HTML documents containing tables and chart images. StatSVN is open source software, released under the terms of the LGPL, based on StatCVS. StatSVN uses JFreeChart to generate charts.

Java CVS Client
A library that implements a CVS protocol client in Java. The library is essentially complete. There are a few non-essential commands library is essentially complete. There are a few non-essential commands still to be implemented but the code is stable.

Gruntspud
Gruntspud is a graphical CVS client written in Java. It uses the CVS client library from NetBeans as its core and supports nearly all of CVS client library from NetBeans as its core and supports nearly all of the commands that this library provides.

CBE
CBE is revision control system with integrated make-like functions written in pure Java. It can be used similar to CVS but offers functions written in pure Java. It can be used similar to CVS but offers some new features like renaming files (while still keeping the history) and using a database as backend (optional).

SourceJammer
SourceJammer is a source control and versioning system written in Java. It consists of a server-side component that maintains the files Java. It consists of a server-side component that maintains the files and version history, and handles check-in, check-out, etc. and other commands; and a client-side component that makes requests of the server and manages the files on the client-side file system.

JSVN
JSVN is a Java Subversion Client

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