Two come to mind:
More detailed answer:
From the Emacs manual:
28.1 Version Control
A version control system is a program that can record multiple versions of a source file, storing information such as the creation time of each version, who made it, and a description of what was changed.
The Emacs version control interface is called VC. VC commands work with several different version control systems; currently, it supports GNU Arch, Bazaar, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, RCS, SCCS/CSSC, and Subversion. Of these, the GNU project distributes CVS, Arch, RCS, and Bazaar.
VC is enabled automatically whenever you visit a file governed by a version control system. To disable VC entirely, set the customizable variable
vc-handled-backends to nil (see Customizing VC).
From the Anjuta features list:
In addition, the file manager context menu also lists actions associated with other plugins, such as build actions (associated with the build system plugin), CVS/Subversion actions (associated with version control system plugins) and project actions (associated with the project manager plugin). This allows you to conveniently perform all actions from within the file manager.
GIT plugin for Anjuta.