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I wanted a large project to test this thing with, so I ended up importing the CrystalSpace 3d engine into my local CVS.

In this shot, you can see the directory/file tree on the left, and the source on the right, highlighted courtesy states via enscript via ViewCVS.

Double-clicking on a directory name will root the tree at that directory (show only that directory and it's files and subdirectories).

The text directly to the right of the "up" button indicates the directory at which the tree is rooted.

The "up" button moves the root of the tree one level up, and "reload" reloads all of the RDF.

The "back" and "forward" buttons in the right pane do just what you would expect.

This next shot shows some more of the CVS info available from the RDF. I didn't actually write all this code, but I tricked my CVS server into thinking that I did.

You probably know the drill: you indicate which columns to show using the little button right above the tree widget's scrollbar.

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