What is a CVS repository?

Answer CVS stands for Concurrent Versions System and is a quality control system used in software development. A CVS repository is a database, which contains all the files and data of the project. A CVS r... Read More »

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What Is a Document Repository System?

A document repository system is way to electronically organize documents. Essentially, a document repository system allows users to save documents to a central server and access them from any compu... Read More »

Is wikipedia a repository of all human knowledge?

It will become that after a few more decades of work and development. It is good now, but will greatly improve with sustained development. However, it contains only generally accepted knowledge. Of... Read More »

How to Install FFmpeg With the Subversion Repository?

FFmpeg, a multi-format video converter, is pre-installed on many Linux operating system distributions, but not all. If your distribution does not have FFmpeg, you can install it manually. Through t... Read More »

What is the file extension of a local object repository file?

The file extension .mtr is associated with a local object repository file for the program QTP (QuickTest Professional), produced by Hewlett-Packard. The program tests software functionality and a l... Read More »