What are Software Collections?
- The aim of Software Collections is to provide multiple versions of software in one distribution. The version from the collection must not interact with the system version. System version must not be polluted by collection's packages.
- Collection is a system-independent package or a group of packages. It could be the latest version of stable old software that is already included in the distribution.
- Collections can provide several parallel-installable versions of software.
- System software is separated from collections
- Possibility to provide a collection that will run on multiple releases
- Admins can package their own software as a collection or above our collection
- install scl-utils >= 20120229
- the latest stable version of scl-utils: scl-utils-20140815.tar.gz
Python 2.7 EL-6
Python 3.3 EL-6
httpd 2.4.x Software Collection for RHEL-6 x86_64 only
unixODBC & connectors
Also, you can find user documentation for the Ruby collection in the section Attachments below.
To clone, use:
git clone http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/scl-utils.git
To push changes, use this remote (substitute your FAS username for the fasuser):
For semi-automatic conversion, you can use spec2scl . It is not yet packaged as an RPM, so install it with Python's easy-install or pip.
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