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It's a conglomeration of scripts and resources. And a large amount of original work. Get over yourselves - copyright concerns, please contact me at copb.phoenix@gmail.com before starting something, oy?

Members (all one, at this point): Please start your own branch at https://ebvx.googlecode.com/svn/branches/[USERNAME]/ to help ensure that we don't overwrite each other's code. Actually, since it's only going to be two of us at this point, it would work just to checkout and modify your checkout when you want to work on it, rather than stressing over this crap. Either way, keep an eye on what it is you are doing, please.

Yeah, that's written awkwardly, isn't it?

DO NOT USE THE DOWNLOADS SECTION FOR UPDATES! THERE IS NO NEED FOR THAT AT ALL!

EBZ: You need a SVN client. I use TortoiseSVN, but what you do is up to you.(I'll have a commit up in just a bit. Let me get all of my mail sorted out first.)

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