Source Code Control
Code Co-Op - serverless Version Control System Code Co-op provides standard VCS functionality like check-in, check-out, restore and visual differencing. Code Co-op supports distributed teams without requiring a central server. Works via LAN, VPN, or email transport. From $125 (Jul 2002)
CVS - Concurrent Versions System CVS is a version control system used for Source Configuration Management (SCM). Using it, you can record the history of sources files, and documents. Similar to RCS, PRCS, and Aegis. Can run over the Internet. Supports GNU freeware (Apr 1999)
CVSSearch - grep through CVS comments CVSSearch searches for code fragments using CVS comments. This uses the fact that a CVS comment describes the lines of code involved in the commit and that this description will hold for many future versions. Freeware (Feb 2001)
RCS - GNU Revision Control System Revision Control System (RCS) is a freeware tool for managing source code. RCS efficiently tracks changes in your source code and supports branches, labels, and check-in/check-out. Supports most platforms. (May 1998)
Seapine - SCM, defect tracking, and more Seapine Software’s development tools put you in control of your quality, source code, and costs. Manage your source Surround SCM, empower your team and track your defects and bugs with TestTrack Pro, and automate QA process with QA Wizard. (Nov 2002)
The Project Revision Control System PRCS, is the front end to a set of tools that (like CVS) provide a way to deal with sets of files and directories as an entity, preserving coherent versions of the entire set. (Aug 1998)
TkDiff - difference and merge version analysis 2-way diff/merge program which works on both Unix and NT and interfaces with many popular source code control systems including RCS, CVS, PVCS, ClearCase, and Perforce (Jul 1999)
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