Version 1.05 (2010-06-11)
- port to Qt4 for John @ CompuForensics
Version 1.04 (2003-10-29)
- Fixed bug: sometimes aborting with > 200 displayed nodes
Version 1.03 (2003-10-26)
- Port to Redhat 9 / KDE 3 / QT 3
Ktb stands for KDE Tree Browser. It is a file browser and
its main strength is the algorithm used displaying the file
hierarchy. The algorithm was published in the article "Drawing Dynamic
Trees" by Sven Moen, Brown University in the IEEE Software, July 1990.
Ktb has support for choosing different fonts, colors, icons for each
node. You can save and restore the layout, dump it as an image or print
it on a postscript printer. You can even print it on a number of
sheets to form a large map.
Ktb's predecessor is tb, (Version
1.4). Tb has more filesystem managing capabilities
(copy / paste / delete) but no colors / pictures / fonts, etc.
Caution: tb uses the XView library.
This is how ktb looks like with all the bells and whistles:
is a more simple image (in terms of colors) with a
p3nfs mounted psion drive: