|XDebug and Remote Session initiation (JIT) Support [message #85075]
|Fri, 28 November 2008 10:26
| D Kelsey
Registered: July 2009
This facility got broken somewhat when include paths were introduced. The problem is that you should
be prompted to select an appropriate file to open based on the php script file that is being run by
the web server so that it can calculate the correct path mappings and provide the initial script in
the editor to step through and debug. This is currently not happening.
There are 2 issues that cause this. One was bugs in the search engine code which have been
addressed, but the other is to do with the php projects. PHP projects now have the definition of an
include path and it is these include paths that are searched for appropriate files. Old projects do
not have this so your php files are never included in the search.
I guess the safest way to ensure your php files are included in the search is to create new PHP
projects and migrate your files over to the new project. By default new PHP projects add the project
to the include path.
Code fixes are in but you will need newer builds in order for this to work.
PDT 2.0 prior to the inclusion of include paths probably still work.
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