ViewVC Help: Directory View
The directory listing view should be a familiar sight to any computer user. It shows the path of the current directory being viewed at the top of the page. Below that is a table summarizing the directory contents, and then comes actual contents, a sortable list of all files and subdirectories inside the current directory.
The actual directory list is a table with filenames and directory names in one column and information about the most recent revisions where each file or directory was modified in the other columns. Column headers can be clicked to sort the directory entries in order by a column, and clicked again to reverse the sort order.
File names are links to log views showing a list of revisions where a file was modified. Revision numbers are links to either view or download a file (depending on its file type). The links are reversed for directories. Directory revision numbers are links to log views, while directory names are links showing the contents of those directories. Also, in CVS repositories with the graph view enabled, there will be small icons next to file names which are links to revision graphs.
Depending on how ViewVC is configured, there may be more options at the bottom of directory pages: