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Configuring subdomains in Eclipse PDT & xDebug [message #669983] Thu, 12 May 2011 06:35
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Hi there,

I'm trying to set up a local environment for developing and testing an existing PHP application.

I've chosen Eclipse PDT as my IDE and xDebug as the debugging module. When testing individual files on the server's document root, things work perfectly. However, certain folders in my project need to resolve as subdomains when running the debugger:

/index.php -> hostname/index.php
/control/index.php -> control.hostname/index.php
/support/a/b.php -> support.hostname/a/b.php

Is there any way to accomplish this kind of set up? I've tried using path mappings under the PHP Server settings, but it doesn't seem to affect the URL Eclipse generates when I start debugging.

Many thanks!
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