[scl.org] Updated rh-php70 packages
Fedora at FamilleCollet.com
Thu Nov 30 06:04:22 UTC 2017
Le 29/11/2017 à 21:24, Matt Simonsen a écrit :
> It appears that rh-php70 packages are quite out of date (php 7.0.10)
This package are part of RHSCL and thus maintained by Red Hat as other
products (e.g. RHEL)
Going through the standard RH support process, you can ask for a update,
but can't say if this will be accepted.
Well SCL are a bit different as "rebase" (version update) are a bit more
Else, I see 2 way to use a more recent version
1/ Use rh-php71 instead
2/ Use php70 SCL from my repository which was used as base for rh-php70
but which is updated on each upstream version (7.0.26 for now)
(Type of installation = Multiple versions = SCL)
> Is there no maintainer to update these? I understand timely updates are
> not promised, so I'm looking at building my own.
> Is there any public documentation and/or a SPEC file that I could use to
> start on making my own packages? If there's a way to contribute these
> packages back to the community I'd be willing to do this too.
> Or is there a better way to run multiple PHP versions on a single
> server? I'm open to other suggestions.
> Thank you all,
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