If you use SubVersion (SVN) for source code (and other) control, then you must know of TortoiseSVN, “The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control”.
But, did you know that there are other great tools from some of the authors?
Stefan’s Tools is the author’s site where you can find these tools – some of which are SVN related:
FavIconizer: [110KB] scan all links you have in your favourites and check if the website has a FavIcon. If it has one, FavIconizer will download that icon and adjust the link in the favourites to use that
CommitMonitor: [1.2MB] small tool to monitor various Subversion repositories for new commits
DemoHelper: [70KB] an annotation and screen zoom tool you can use for technical presentations that include application demonstrations
grepWin: [500KB] simple search and replace tool which can use regular expressions to do its job. This allows to do much more powerful searches and replaces.
SKTimeStamp: [300KB] very simple shell extension which adds a new page to the Explorer properties dialog. On that new page, you can change the file/folder dates and times.
StExBar: [400KB] provides many useful commands for your everyday use of Windows explorer. And you can add as many custom commands on your own as you like
MailNoter: [112KB] small tool to help gathering notes from various applications, but specifically from browsers
trafficWatcher: [130KB] small tool to monitor your network activity. Unlike other tools, trafficWatcher can differ between traffic inside your LAN and the traffic that reaches the Internet. Note: you must first install WinPCap [900KB]!
To support Stefan’s further development of these tools, please consider making a donation