Installing PHP tools using RPM in Redhat Linux

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Old 11-09-2013
Installing PHP tools using RPM in Redhat Linux

Hi there,
I am trying to install few PHP tools in my Linux server by creating RPMs from source ( tar.gz) files. The issue here is that the tar.gz files does not have a configure file and so I am not able to do
opertations. I tried downloading src.rpms of these tools, but they have huge xml files that produce some syntax error and not able to proceed.

One example of the tool i tried to install is PHP-Code Sniffer.

Please help !!!
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