Remi Collet: Additional PHP packages for RHSCL

Current situation about official repositories providing PHP Software Collections for  RHEL and CentOS users.

Since RHSCL 2.3 was released, RHEL users can install PHP 5.6 or PHP 7.0 without base système alteration, using the appropriate channel.

These packages are also available for CentOS users in the SCL repositories, managed by the SCLo SIG:

# yum --enablerepo=extras install centos-release-scl

So the CentOS project provides the infrastructure and hosting for 4 repositories:

  • centos-sclo-rh : same content than upstream RHSCL
  • centos-sclo-sclo : additional collections maintained by the community
  • centos-sclo-rh-testing : packages to be tested (RHSCL beta version)
  • centos-scl-sclo-testing : package to be tested, maintained by the community

RHSCL users wishing to use these additional packages can configure the centos-sclo-sclo repository by using the  centos-release-scl Copr repository:

# cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
# wget https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/rhscl/centos-release-scl/repo/epel-7/rhscl-centos-release-scl-epel-7.repo
# yum install centos-release-scl

If you are interested by these packages, I recommend to follow the sclorg@redhat.com mailing list where possible issues are discussed, and changes announced. Thanks for using this list for your feedback (testing packages) or any other request. New contributor are also welcome.

Information and documentation on https://www.softwarecollections.org/.

Development is tracked on sclorg-distgit.

Here is the list of available additional packages in centos-sclo-sclo on Feb 23th 2017:

#Package nameVersionDistributionComments
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-apcu
sclo-php70-php-pecl-apcu
4.0.10
5.18
6, 7 
 sclo-php70-php-pecl-apcu-bc1.0.36, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-apfd
sclo-php70-php-pecl-apfd
1.0.16, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-geoip
sclo-php70-php-pecl-geoip
1.1.17 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-http
sclo-php70-php-pecl-http
2.5.6
3.0.1
6, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-igbinary
sclo-php70-php-pecl-igbinary
2.0.16, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-imagick
sclo-php70-php-pecl-imagick
3.4.36, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-lzf
sclo-php70-php-pecl-lzf
1.6.56, 7 
 sclo-php70-php-pecl-memcached3.0.37testing
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-mongodb
sclo-php70-php-pecl-mongodb
1.1.106, 7 
 sclo-php70-php-pecl-msgpack2.0.26, 7testing
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-propro
sclo-php70-php-pecl-propro
1.0.2
2.0.1
6, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-raphf
sclo-php70-php-pecl-raphf
1.1.2
2.0.0
6, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-redis
sclo-php70-php-pecl-redis
3.1.16, 7testing
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-selinux
sclo-php70-php-pecl-selinux
0.4.16, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-solr2
sclo-php70-php-pecl-solr2
2.4.06, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-uploadprogress
sclo-php70-php-pecl-uploadprogress
1.0.3.16, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-uuid
sclo-php70-php-pecl-uuid
1.0.46, 7 
 sclo-php56-php-pecl-xattr
sclo-php70-php-pecl-xattr
1.3.06, 7 
 sclo-php70-php-pecl-xdebug2.4.16, 7 

for now, all dependencies must be available in base repository (EPEL is excluded), this explain why some extensions cannot be added.


Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Remi Collet: Additional PHP packages for RHSCL.
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