Fossil vs Helix: What are the differences?
Fossil: Simple, high-reliability, distributed software configuration management. Fossil is a software configuration management system. Fossil is software that is designed to control and track the development of a software project and to record the history of the project. There are many such systems in use today. Fossil strives to distinguish itself from the others by being extremely simple to setup and operate; Helix: Rust and Ruby, Without the Glue. Helix allows you to write Ruby classes in Rust without having to write the glue code yourself.
Fossil can be classified as a tool in the "Code Collaboration & Version Control" category, while Helix is grouped under "Language Extensions".
Helix is an open source tool with 1.84K GitHub stars and 63 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Helix's open source repository on GitHub.