and of course the intersection of the previous two subjects. Currently I'm only aware of the NextStep/ObjectiveCee and Unix/CeeLanguage pairings where the development of one influenced the development of the other. And I'm not sure about NextStep. ObjectiveCee was probably a separate project.
You should find help in the tutorial, which lists the main differences with Java, and the user manual. As these are still in development, feel free to send questions to the nice-info mailing list, to the Wiki clone about Nice, or to the author (links from the main web page). -- DanielBonniot
SubVersion: CVS works very nicely for me. Largely because I sat down and read the documentation. Unfortunately the things I don't like about it turn out to be fundamental parts of it's architecture. So I'm moving small personal projects like my website over to using SubVersion.
Aggrevator: which is a scalable RSS/Atom aggregator with a MySql back-end. It is designed to make life easier for people who want to subscribe to large numbers of blogs by using scoring, sophisticated search, filtering and sorting. More information can be found at the web page here: http://www.oshineye.com/software/aggrevator.html