Label Decorations are used by CVS to show important synchronization
information about workspace resources. Decorations can effect the text or the
icon of the label associated with a resource. The text decorators are configurable
CVS Label Decorations Preference page which can also be used to indicate
which icons are to be enabled. Here is a description of the icons used by CVS.
Indicates that the resource is under version control.
Indicates that the resource or one of its children contains outgoing changes.
Indicates that the project containing the file has been configured to
use watch/edit and the file is being edited locally.
Indicates that the file contains a merge conflict which has not yet been
resolved. The conflict is considered resolved once the file is modified
Project or Folder
Indicates that the folder is under version control but does not correspond
to an existing remote directory but is instead most likely a module defined
in the CVSROOT/modules file.
File or Folder
Indicates that the resource is not under version control.
Note: Resources that are ignored by CVS will not be decorated
by any of the above CVS decorations.