Specific configuration management systems and utilities. Subcategories for classes of configuration management tools, such as Make tools, Diff tools, and Bug Tracking tools are listed above subcategories for specific systems and brands, such as SourceSafe and CVS.
Offer a range of solutions dedicated to the automation, security and traceability of software change, on the IBM Power platform.
A "next-generation" distributed version control tool. Free, written in Python, and with an interface similar to CVS and Subversion.
A hosting service to setup, manage, and integrate Git or Subversion with other web services.
A revision-control systems advocacy site which contains essays about various version control implementations, and a comparison.
Comes in Pro and Basic versions (Pro supports repository hierarchy, rollback, event triggers). Distributed system, with a repository for each developer. Unix/Linux, MacOSX on PPC and Windows 98 and up. Commercial.
UK software change and configuration management consultancy.
Offers commercial Subversion, CVS, and Wiki Hosting, as well as bug tracking tools and informs about its products.
Offers configuration management with data management and process control. Also covers version control, build and release management, change control, and problem and activity tracking. (commercial) (Neuma Technology Inc.)
Provides hardware configuration management functionality needed to manage and control product information throughout the life cycle.
Peer-to-peer version control system that keeps development in synch using e-mail or LAN. Designed for distributed and mobile development teams. Supports disconnected work.
Software configuration management tools and related utilities, as well as information about SCM concepts and methodologies in the file sharing area.
A kit of software and resources for the mapping and management of business and IT resources.
Utility based on the author's "theory of patches" in which they are likened to operators in quantum mechanics. Additionally, every copy of the source is a full repository. Written in Haskell and released under the GNU GPL.
Offers a three part summary, which is a consolidation of data obtained from user comments, vendor materials and from a variety of sources around the Internet.
API management tools.
Blog by Damon Poole, offering resources and development material on Agile.
SQL-based source control solution designed to be an alternative of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe.
An integrated cross-platform suite of tools, that provides version control, bug tracking, change control and automated testing.
An open source version control system using a standard FTP server.
Specialises in the development of software products to enhance the CA Gen development tool.
Open-Source source version control and project management system, realized in a scalable, TCP/IP based Client/Server architecture.
A filesystem-based version control system, much like ClearCase. Uses NFS to provide a virtual, versions filesystem. Open Source.
Version control software for all Windows platforms. Source code licenses available. (freeware)
Israeli company specialising in configuration management methodology and change management.
Configuration management tool for development teams. Online demo.
Customizable IDE written in Java, oriented towards maintenance, adaptations and follow-up of application upgrades through variants. Applications are written as models. The merge mechanism is based on meta-models.
A decentralized version control system based on secure hashes and cryptographic signatures. (Open Source)
An inexpensive version control system with features such as branching, remote (non-networked) capabilities, file and directory renames, atomic changes, a graphical history browser, and encryption (Commercial).
A client/server configuration management system. The server supports UNIX and Windows NT. The client supports most platforms via command-line, GUI and Web browser-based interfaces. (commercial) (Perforce Software)
A Software Configuration Management system from Codice Software that tracks changes to source code and any digital asset over time. (Commercial.)
The Project Revision Control System is a front end to a set of tools that provide a way to deal with sets of files and directories as an entity, preserving coherent versions of the entire set. (GPL) (Josh MacDonald)
Offers ExamDiff Pro, a visual file and directory comparison tool and FtpVC, FTP-based version control system.
A configuration management tool with integrated defect tracking. Client-server architecture supporting Windows, Mac and Linux.
A cross-platform solution with data storage in industry-standard relational databases, caching proxy servers for fast distributed development, file-level workflow, seamless IDE integrations and flexible branching and labelling capabilities.
Offers CodeCollaborator for remote peer code reviews, checklists, and audit trails. Integrated with Visual Studio .NET and 6.0 and Visual Basic.
Version control system with graphical release management and full attribute versioning (commercial)
Vault is a source control tool designed to be a compelling replacement for Visual SourceSafe.
Home of SourceJammer, the free, open-source, Java-based source control, versioning, and file sharing system.
A platform-independent, enterprise-level Source Configuration and Management solution, which includes version control, process management, release management, advanced branching and issue tracking, integrated in one tool. Written in Java and Cross-Platform.
TLIB is a simple version control system for DOS, Windows, and OS/2. (commercial) (Burton Systems Software)
Multi-platform (Windows, Unix, VMS), web-enabled, process control and configuration management system.
Vesta is a version control+build system that was created by the DEC Alpha development team. It is distributed, but does not support merging yet. Open Source.
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