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Posted by admin  · 15-04-2023 - 21:10

Hello,

Creating a private repository is very easy. For example, using GitHub:

1. Create a private repository (https://docs.github.com/en/repositories/creating-and-managing-repositories/creating-a-new-repository) and import the SSH keys in your machine/server/docker...

2. Upload the phpdocx namespace package to this private repository adding a custom composer.json file. As explained on Integrate phpdocx with Composer projects composer.json must use classmap to autoload phpdocx classes:

"autoload": {
    "classmap": [
        "vendor/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx"
    ]
}

3. Update the composer.json of your project adding the private repository and install it as any other package/repository.

These steps are the same for other Git repositories such as Bitbucket or GitLabs.Please note that this is a Composer question (Using private repositories with Composer) and you can find detailed instructions on many pages. For example:

Learn How to create and publish a composer php package: https://dudi.dev/create-composer-php-package

Using Composer With Private Packages Hosted On Github: https://dudi.dev/composer-private-packages-github-repository

Regards.