New PHP packages available by popular request

April 2, 2007 by · 6 Comments 

Since there have been a few requests for some of the less-common PHP modules (and because these modules are available in the 'centosplus' repo) I decided to build them and have them added to my repositories. The 32- & 64-bit repos now have packages for php-dbase, php-mcrypt, php-mhash, and php-tidy. A few dependencies for those packages popped up (such as libmcrypt, tidy, and mhash) so those have been included as well.

I've also received quite a few requests for a subversion binary package that will work with the newer version of httpd. I'm a bit busy right now, but I'd expect that I'll be able to get to those requests within the next few days.

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6 Responses to “New PHP packages available by popular request”
  1. Jesse says:

    Kick ass...thank you!!!

  2. Alex says:

    Fantastic. Thanks! I installed the mcrypt packages and can confirm all seems well.

    I appreciate the time you've put in to this and look forward to your Subversion related packages.

  3. Bogdan A says:

    the mcrypt rpms were a breeze! Thanks a lot
    Can we also request libssh2 ? :)

  4. Jason says:

    I don't believe that libssh2 depends on any of the packages I've rebuilt, so the binaries offered by DAG should work for you. Have you tried those?

  5. cheersegrake says:

    zxptampxvmeemqjowell, hi admin adn people nice forum indeed. how's life? hope it's introduce branch ;)

  6. Capedayimmoda says:

    Was ist das?

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