|Cannot debug with Zend + Safari on OSX Snow Leopard [message #780886]
||Thu, 19 January 2012 14:30
| Christopher Burns
Registered: January 2012
I am hoping there is a simple explanation for this, but so far I have not been able to figure it out.
I am running Helios+PDT on a Mac (running OSX 10.6.8).
I have everything set up for debugging with the Zend debugger, per all of the instructions and tutorials around the Net, and it works... just not conveniently.
When I hit the debug button on a PHP page, to debug as a Web Page, not a CLI script, Safari opens onto an error page saying "Safari can't find the file".
The URI in the browser begins with:
file: /// eclipse/Eclipse.app/Contents/MacOS/
followed by the URI of my script page:
http: // localhost/MySite/MyScript.php
** SORRY FOR THE FUNKY FORMATTING... CAN'T POST LINKS YET
This is follow by all of the arguments for the debugger, however, the "?" to denote the GET params appears as a "%3F" which I would not think problematic, except...
If I remove the first part, up to the URI of my script, AND change the %3F to an actual "?" I can load that page and the debugger picks up and functions as expected.
What am I doing wrong? I know this process works fine, as I have done it a million times on a PC. Is there something special I need to do for a Mac?
One note, if I go into the Debug Config page, and Configure the PHP server, I have tried this with no path mappings as well as with a path map from the location of my script on the local web server (/Library/WebServer/Documents/MySite) pointing to the file in my project. The files in my project are the same ones sitting in the web server's docs folder, though.
Thanks for any input!
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