Arch Linux is a simple and lightweight Linux distribution, and was created with the KISS principle. A part of the base of Arch Linux is the pacman package manager, which then makes it easy to install and update applications and how they work with each other. The simplicity and open community is conducive to attracting developers as well as using the operating system on a day-to-day basis. Power users can make changes to how their systems works, both visually and technically.
Maven Central Repository is a repository provided by Maven community. It contains a large number of commonly used libraries which are mostly 3rd party software. When Maven does not find any dependency in local repository, it starts searching in central repository using following URL. Maven makes it easy to find and use libraries in your multi-module projects. Maven Central Repository assists you in locating and using components from major libraries. If an artifact is not present in the local repository, the central repository can be reached through a custom proxy configuration. You could also download dependency directly from the central repository, perhaps because an unstable release is required, or if no version of the component has been released by your project team yet.
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