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Project Summary

EPrints is generic repository building software developed by the University of Southampton. It is intended to create a highly configurable web-based repository.

EPrints is often used as an open archive for research papers, and the default configuration reflects this, but it is also used for other things such as images, research data, audio archives - anything that can be stored digitally.

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Perl
86%
JavaScript
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8 Other
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30 Day Summary

Jan 19 2018 — Feb 18 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 18 2017 — Feb 18 2018
  • 2 Commits
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  • 2 Contributors
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