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          <rev xml:space="preserve">{{FormatInfo
|formattype=electronic
|subcat=Filesystem
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'''ReFS''' (REsilient FileSystem) is Microsoft new filesystem, present on Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016.

== Links ==
* [https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh831724.aspx Resilient File System Overview] on MSDN
* [http://resilientfilesystem.co.uk/index ReFS forensics]

[[Category:Microsoft]]</rev>
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      <page pageid="6388" ns="0" title="RePub">
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          <rev xml:space="preserve">{{FormatInfo
|formattype=electronic
|subcat=Electronic Publishing formats
|extensions={{ext|epub}}
|mimetypes={{mimetype|application/epub+zip}}
|pronom={{PRONOM|fmt/483}}
}}

== Description ==

[[RePub]] is a file format that is [https://support.google.com/producer/answer/6203950?rd=1 used by Google Newsstand Producer], an online platform that allows publishers to prepare content for the Google Play Newsstand app. The format is based on [[EPUB]] v2, and was adapted from Barnes &amp; Noble's [[Digital Replica Plus]] format. RePub supports two reading modes:

1. ''Replica View'' - replicates the original (print) magazine layout using full-screen images for each page.

2. ''Text View'' -  a reflowable representation of the text and images of an article.

A Replica page can refer to one or more text articles. Replica pages and text articles are linked through a &lt;code&gt;replicaMap.xml&lt;/code&gt; resource. This allows users of the Newsstand app to navigate from a replica page to the corresponding text articles. Apart from the Replica Map and the page images, a [[RePub]] file is a regular [[EPUB]] that should pass validation in EpubCheck.

== Specification ==

A specification exists, but Google has not made it publicly available. 

== Links ==

* [https://support.google.com/producer/answer/6203950?rd=1 Google Play Newsstand Program Policies] 
* [https://www.google.com/producer/ Google Newsstand Producer]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20140405092341/http://code.google.com/p/epub-revision/wiki/BNFixedFormat The Barnes &amp; Noble Fixed-layout Format] (Archived link, snapshot 5 April 2014)

[[Category:ZIP based file formats]]
[[Category:XML based file formats]]</rev>
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