The right answer here is that Repository Permissions
allow you to extend access to a repository, for those who don't have project permissions. For example, you might use repository permissions to allow external developers or consultants access to a repository for special tasks or responsibilities.
Therefore, they are an extension to the Project permissions you set up.
I hope that helps.
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