We're searching for free tool for hosting our internal projects like "Google Project Hosting". The tool should support individual wiki and version control for every project and it ought to be simple to configure for every project as with google code. We investigated trac but appears it lack good support for multiple projects. The tool is going to be set up in our internal host and can't use located service. A java based tool is going to be ideal.

You've got a couple of options, depending what you are searching for.

If you would like a built-in kind of solution, the program running savannah can be obtained.

Should you consider going commercial, a few of the atlassian tools are pretty nice, though not particularly cheap and never really as tightly integrated as google code.

If you are prepared to do a few of the glue work, or accept a less integrated solution you'll most likely finish track of somewhat better individual pieces.

  • For any code browser In my opinion warehouse has become free.
  • For any wiki you will find plenty of free options, TWiki for instance.
  • Trac provides wiki and bug monitoring db

I am unaware of something that does what google code does overall, it's a real shame that sites like google code, source forge, and also the newbies like github don't provide their very own software.

if you're confident with GIT, then you may try, Gitorious

the codebase is here now, http://gitorious.org/gitorious.

which isn't only opensource, but additionally has a lot of features you may helpful.

Another very popular GIT choice is GitHub.

I too happen to be trying to find this kind of solution, and after the inability to locate them, I made the decision to produce my very own.

http://world wide web.simpleappmanagement.com/

You should check the source code, it's getting pretty near to being functional, but regrettably I've not had time for you to focus on it recently.

You will need to take a look at Indefero !

We're using redmine. It's free and designed in ruby.