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Xdebug changes in PDT 1.0.2 [message #65033] Thu, 24 January 2008 08:56
D Kelsey is currently offline D KelseyFriend
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Here are the changes to the XDebug support in PDT 1.0.2

-. fixed expression view so that expression results are not modifiable
-. fixed the URL dialog to have the previous value show up as the latest (not xdebug specific)
-. fixed issue where strings containing base64 code were decode to bytes using the wrong encoding.
-. fixed the variables view so that it doesn't keep refreshing and collapsing arrays/objects
-. break on first line checkbox honoured correctly in EXE launch

-. xdebug support should be more robust to unexpected and incorrect flows from xdebug itself

-. Stop URL uses the NO_EXEC version, so script not re-executed when you terminate debug
-. disconnect from a web launch will properly disconnect (rather than stop) if you are using xdebug
-. Debugging multisession support - This is not enabled by default, but will allow you to have
multiple web script debug sessions running concurrently. This is useful for debugging web 2.0
applications which may do asynchronous requests to your server.
-. XDebug supports the new Path Mapping facilities for PDT. It still does do an automated path
mapping but now you can add manual path mappings. Manual path mappings are created when for example
you are prompted to select a file to load during debug. You can also add manual mappings by editing
your PHP Server. In Preferences, select PHP Servers. Select your PHP Server and press edit. There is
a Path Mapping tag on the new dialog where you can define your own path mappings.

Dave Kelsey
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