Provide Subversion (SVN) client.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.I tried SmartSVN back in the 1.x versions and gave up on it because the UI was so awkward. However, things have gotten much better in version 2. There are still some significant issues in the way you identify working directories and switch between them. The selector is awkward and though you can edit the names of items in your Project Manager, you can't see the full path without opening them individually. The file browser insists on showing the full path to the top level of the working directory, which is completely pointless and ensures that in most cases you won't be able to see the most important part of the path - the directory you're actually in. However, if you name the project by its directory, you can see this in the window title bar. Otherwise, the layout is pretty good. Viewing files and seeing the history of changes in each update is very convenient. The repository browser is very handy also. (this refers to the free version)
Advanced property list & preference editor.
Admin MySQL over the web.
encodes & decodes Mac binary files