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PDT (1.0.3) with X-Debug (2.0): Variables view [message #73609] Tue, 17 June 2008 10:10 Go to next message
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Hi all,

i have a question about the variables view but i do not know if this is
the right place for it

Since i changed from Zend debugger to X-Debug (which has a lot greater
performance and stability) the variables shown in the view are clustered
into 30entries per Array/Object. Also the entries are not sorted
alphabetical.

Now i have got an application were some Objects/Array consits of 500++
elements and it takes a lot of time finding a special one.

Are there any options to configure? I only found php.ini lines for maximal
children which not affects remote debugging.


Somebody any idea?

Greetings and thx for help
Nikolai Essel
Re: PDT (1.0.3) with X-Debug (2.0): Variables view [message #73628 is a reply to message #73609] Tue, 17 June 2008 11:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Nothing available currently that can help. Array/Object elements are presented in order that xdebug
sends them over. I recommend you raise a bugzilla enhancement describing the scenario and what kind
of facilities you would like to see which would help in your debugging, eg sorting same level keys,
a search facility, creating a tree structure based on the first character of the key rather than
just grouping by a count etc.

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs

Regards
Dave Kelsey

Nikolai Essel wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> i have a question about the variables view but i do not know if this is
> the right place for it
>
> Since i changed from Zend debugger to X-Debug (which has a lot greater
> performance and stability) the variables shown in the view are clustered
> into 30entries per Array/Object. Also the entries are not sorted
> alphabetical.
>
> Now i have got an application were some Objects/Array consits of 500++
> elements and it takes a lot of time finding a special one.
>
> Are there any options to configure? I only found php.ini lines for
> maximal children which not affects remote debugging.
>
>
> Somebody any idea?
>
> Greetings and thx for help
> Nikolai Essel
>
Re: PDT (1.0.3) with X-Debug (2.0): Variables view [message #73716 is a reply to message #73628] Sat, 21 June 2008 02:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Registered: July 2009
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How does one uinstall the zend debugger. I am following Dave Kelseys pdf
for using xdebug with pdt(which I think is out of date btw. Some of the
screen shotts in the pdf do not correspond with eclipese v3.3.2 Europa but
that is a seperate post)but I think that i have to uninstall the zend
debugger to keep it from conflicting within pdt with xdebug. I have tried
deleting everything with zend in the plugins directory but those choices
still show up in the Windows-->Preferences--->PHP--->Debug--->Installed
Debuggers Screen.
Re: PDT (1.0.3) with X-Debug (2.0): Variables view [message #73769 is a reply to message #73716] Sat, 21 June 2008 15:14 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: dkel50.hotnospmail.com

The document is a bit out of date. I must get around to creating a new
version for PDT 1.0.3, but most of it is still relevant.

You don't need to uninstall the zend debugger. If you get PDT 1.0.3 then
you will have both the zend debugger support and xdebug client support
already built in and co-existing. Zend listen on port 10,000 by default
and xdebug client listens on port 9,000.

Dave Kelsey


Shaba1 wrote:
> How does one uinstall the zend debugger. I am following Dave Kelseys pdf
> for using xdebug with pdt(which I think is out of date btw. Some of the
> screen shotts in the pdf do not correspond with eclipese v3.3.2 Europa
> but that is a seperate post)but I think that i have to uninstall the
> zend debugger to keep it from conflicting within pdt with xdebug. I have
> tried deleting everything with zend in the plugins directory but those
> choices still show up in the
> Windows-->Preferences--->PHP--->Debug--->Installed Debuggers Screen.
>
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