|Re: Hide DEBUG SESSION ENDED [message #543806 is a reply to message #543789]
||Wed, 30 June 2010 15:36
Originally posted by: dkel50.hotremovemail.com|
It tells you how to stop the output going to the browser and output
windows. It also tells you about the disconnect option which provides an
alternative to stopping a current debug environment which may help.
in order to get xdebug to remove the cookie PDT needs to invoke a url
with the STOP_SESSION option and as the stop debug button on debug has
been pressed this is what is sent and xdebug returns Debug Session
Ended. Eclipse APIs insist on opening a new Firefox window. You can get
around this by using the internal browser.
On 30/06/2010 15:58, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> I wonder if I'm the only one annoyed by this? I don't seem to see
>> anyone else complaining...
> So do I
> Also the debug output and the browser output in the workbench are not
> usefull when one use an external browser like Firefox. But they come
> back if you close them.
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