|PHP Perspective disabled after installing Xdebug [message #803267]
||Tue, 21 February 2012 05:30
| Brett Williamson
Registered: February 2012
I installed Xdebug from the marketplace and after letting eclipse restart, I get an error message that says "unsupported content type in editor". No matter what php files I open, they were all like plain text files. I also notice that the PHP perspective is disabled. I can't find anything about this on google or anywhere on here. I hope I don't have to reinstall eclipse and all my other installed tools. I have PDT 3.0.2 and I installed Xdebug from the yoxos marketplace inside of PDT. Also installed is ACTF, WDT, and RAP. My OS is openSUSE 12.1 with Gnome 3 desktop.|
I tried uninstalling everything from the marketplace and still no luck till I closed all perspectives and tried opening php perspective and it opened but then when I went to open a file, I got an error "invalid registry object".
Another restart and now it works... Let's see if I can screw it up again by reinstalling Xdebug!
After reinstalling Xdebug again, it still doesn't work and in yoxos marketplace under the installed tab, I see pdt runtime feature but it says install on the button. why would that be there? same with wst common ui? How can I just remove it all from my computer and just start over without reinstalling linux?
[Updated on: Tue, 21 February 2012 05:58]
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