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1.4.7. Content v. code repositories

Code is a specialized form of content. There are many similarities between repositories of code and content. The major difference is in the tools.
Code repository tools focus on centralized or decentralized development of the code. The ability to return to a point in time and branch from there is essential.
Content repository tools also include the ability to return to previous points in a documents save history. They also include management tools, such as team automation in MediaWiki, and workflow, publishing, and lifecycle components in a content management system (CMS).