QUOTE(KenH @ Jul 10 2008, 04:11 AM)
Nice looking scepter! We could use that table too.
In face furniture is a big need.
CVS you say? I'm interested in what the difference is. How is SVN better?
Actually, the table is the 'Kidney Table' from the CD!
There's quite a few nice props in there.
CVS (for 'Concurrent Version System') is the predecessor to Subversion. In fact, Subversion was designed to be CVS' replacement. They work very similarly with respect to commits, updates, etc. But they handle file revisions differently. Basically, CVS does revisions per file, while Subversion essentially copies the whole source tree on a commit (no really, of course, but that's the way it looks). SVN's revisioning is much nicer from a development standpoint. TortoiseSVN is also a very nice client, so it makes it even nicer to work with.
I'm working on Krewl's crown next. I think I'll try to grab Krewl's throne when it's available and make it a matched set.