Patch Maker is my software for quickening the process of making, testing, getting reviewed and generally managing patches to a bit of software stored in a CVS or SVN repository. It particularly helps when you are making multiple, possibly conflicting patches at the same time.
After two and a half years, I’ve just released version 3.0. The key changes are the addition of initial support for SVN as well as CVS, and removal of the old “build mode”, which was used for editing Mozilla project products in-place. This required a file called chromelist.txt to map from installed chrome paths to CVS paths, and this is no longer shipped for size reasons. So it’s not nearly as useful as it was. This and other feature removals has reduced the code size by 25%.