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Our score: 7.5 User satisfaction: N/A
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A Git and Subversion version control software with lightning-fast deployments and collaborative web development.

Our score: 7.5 User satisfaction: 100%
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5/5 (1 user reviews)

A highly-efficient, powerful, and easy-to-implement electronic document and record management software system that allows people in your organization or team to accumulate information from any digital source, modify and enrich documents from a single workspace, collaborate on documents and projects, and fully realize the potential of corporate information and knowledge assets.

Our score: 7.7 User satisfaction: N/A
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A free, open source distributed source code management system designed to handle development projects of any type and size, helping software developers work easier and faster.

Our score: 7.8 User satisfaction: 90%
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An enterprise-grade version control software considered as the best and powerful replacement for Microsoft Visual SafeSource; utilizing the capabilities of Microsoft SQL Server for centralized data storage and management, enhancing the source control features of Visual SafeSource, ensuring fast and remote access to files using TCP/IP protocols, encrypting data and source code, and helping local and distributed development teams collaborate on their projects efficiently.

ArX

ArX reviews
Our score: 8.2 User satisfaction: 100%
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4/5 (1 user reviews)

ArX is a high-performance, powerful, and flexible version control solution built based on a distributed architecture, permitting developers to work on the same file simultaneously, use powerful branching and merging features, implement patch pooling, and publish collections of files known as archives to any HTTP web server.

CVS

CVS reviews
Our score: 8.2 User satisfaction: 99%
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4.5/5 (4 user reviews)

CVS is an open-source version control system that records source files and document development histories. It lets development teams collaborate remotely as each individual works on sections concurrently. The codework is consolidated into modules that users can leverage to map out their progress or reference other projects.

Our score: 8.3 User satisfaction: 94%
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4.3/5 (14 user reviews)

Helix Core is a powerful version control and collaboration software designed to help organizations manage digital assets and source codes efficiently. With its distributed workflow, developers can collaborate as they branch locally and clone specific sections. The system provides IP protection to projects to safeguard their coding integrity.

Our score: 8.3 User satisfaction: 99%
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4.4/5 (10 user reviews)

Beanstalk is a simple version control software designed to remove the hassle of managing deployments and hosting codes, allowing development teams to concentrate on creating software. As such, it lets users view the development history of projects, review the code, and apply the necessary changes upon perusing the information.

Our score: 8.4 User satisfaction: 96%
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TortoiseSVN is a version control software designed to leverage subversion efficiently on Windows Operating Systems (OS) or as a Windows shell extension. It lets teams modify the source code to develop versions. The coding can be merged and edited with ease, bolstered by an interactive spell checker and an auto-completion feature.

Our score: 8.6 User satisfaction: 99%
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StarTeam is a change and configuration management software designed to help development teams implement changes across multiple ALM tools and repositories. With its collaboration tools, software teams can get full project visibility and track changes to the code, see which members built each section, and squash bugs within the codework.