Proposed new home for the Redmine Projects Tree View plugin.
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Projects Tree View plugin

Projects Tree View is a Redmine plugin which will turn the projects index view into a tree view. It also propagates the tree view to the project show page's subprojects list.


  • cforce (edits)

  • Steven Verbeek (edits)

  • Chris Peterson (original)


For the complete changelog see the CHANGELOG-file in the Projects Tree View plugin directory.

Latest stable release

The currently available, latest stable release of the plugin is version 0.0.4.


This plugin is compatible with Redmine 0.9.4-1.2.1


URL of the GitHub repository:

The source of this plugin can be “cloned” from the GitHub-repo using:

$ cd {RAILS_ROOT}/vendor/plugins && git://



Just install the plugin. After restarting both the views are modified and rendered using the views provided by the plugin.


  • Backup the currently deployed Projects Tree View plugin (cp -r /vendor/plugins/projects_tree_view /vendor/plugins/projects_tree_view-backup)

  • Update the plugin using git pull

  • Restart your Redmine


  • Remove the directory “projects_tree_view” from the plugin-directory “../vendor/plugins”

  • Restart Redmine


This plugin is open-source and licensed under the “GNU General Public License v2” (GPL, See the included GPL.txt and LICENSE.txt files for details.

  • (C)2009, Chris Peterson

  • (C)2009, Mischa The Evil


If you would like to report a bug or request a new feature you can open a new issue at the issue-tracking section of the plugins' GitHub site: You can also post your feedback about the plugin in the dedicated plugin-section of the Redmine forums (

As an alternative you can also join the #redmine channel on the “freenode IRC network” ( to see if there is anyone who can provide some support.