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virtual host not compatible with ZEnd debugger? [message #557487] Tue, 07 September 2010 16:29
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my config: windows seven, Zend studio 7.2 Apache 2.2.13 php 5.2.8

I have a strange problem, I cannot access anymore to my local websites using a virtual host once I install the debugger just by adding those lines in php.ini:

If I remove the lines, it works again...

My virtual host is like: => d:/web/apache/www/mylocalwebsite

1) This do not work anymore =>
2) But this work =>

BTW with 2) even debugging is working fine from Internet Explorer (toolbar), so it looks like the installation is OK.
So do I need a special configuration with virtual host??
Please note that I copied dummy.php in the virtual directory (so it's duplicated, once under /www/, and once under /wwww/mylocalwebsite)

Actually the page is entering in a kind of loop. The browser try to connect and never ends! The page is blank. The worst => There is no trace in the logs (apache error or access). Like if it was never speaking with the apache server... No trace at all, not even a GET!
The ping of the domain is OK (it returns, and again if I remove the lines above from php.ini it works like a charm...
I do need to keep the virtual host as I have several local websites, and the code has some links like "/mypage.php", it will not be fond if I access like 2) above.
Any idea?
It's not linked to the IE Browser toolbar as it does not work with Firefox, and I have not installed the firefox toolbar....
Thanks a lot.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 September 2010 17:47]

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