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Eclipse PDT / XDebug / JIT [message #85294] Tue, 02 December 2008 19:31 Go to next message
Shawn Clark is currently offline Shawn ClarkFriend
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Been playing around with Eclipse PDT Debugging with XDebug using the JIT
options. I have run into a scenario and am wondering how or if it is
possible to do through PDT debugger.

I have multiple LAMP / WAMP environments setup with XDebug running on
them. Locally I have a WAMP server that I do all my day-to-day
development through. Eventually a build is put onto any number of
servers setup with a LAMP environment. The servers are all setup to
connect through a DBGp proxy. Now my problem is that I basically have
two XDebug servers; my local machine and the proxy. What I would like is
to be able to control the settings within the Installed Debuggers ->
XDebug configuration. It would be nice to be able to specify different
settings depending on which XDebug server I am currently debugging
through. It almost looks like there is the need to have an "add" option
allow multiple XDebug configurations within the Installed Debuggers
section. Reason for this is that I would like one configuration to use
JIT while another does not.

An example scenario would be if you have two proxies. One is for a
cluster of servers in a development setup. Another is for a cluster of
servers in a test environment. You would want to be able to interact
with both proxies to do different debugging but not have to go in and
constantly change the DBGp Proxy Support settings for the proxy address.

Is this at all possible without having to hack through the code to add a
second XDebug to the Installed Debuggers?

If there is anything I can provide for additional information /
assistance please let me know.

--
Shawn Clark
Re: Eclipse PDT / XDebug / JIT [message #86872 is a reply to message #85294] Tue, 16 December 2008 08:14 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: dkel50.hotnospmail.com

Hi Shawn, Sorry there isn't any way to achieve what you want to do
currently. The debug support wasn't designed to support multiple
preference profiles.

Dave Kelsey

Shawn Clark wrote:
> Been playing around with Eclipse PDT Debugging with XDebug using the JIT
> options. I have run into a scenario and am wondering how or if it is
> possible to do through PDT debugger.
>
> I have multiple LAMP / WAMP environments setup with XDebug running on
> them. Locally I have a WAMP server that I do all my day-to-day
> development through. Eventually a build is put onto any number of
> servers setup with a LAMP environment. The servers are all setup to
> connect through a DBGp proxy. Now my problem is that I basically have
> two XDebug servers; my local machine and the proxy. What I would like is
> to be able to control the settings within the Installed Debuggers ->
> XDebug configuration. It would be nice to be able to specify different
> settings depending on which XDebug server I am currently debugging
> through. It almost looks like there is the need to have an "add" option
> allow multiple XDebug configurations within the Installed Debuggers
> section. Reason for this is that I would like one configuration to use
> JIT while another does not.
>
> An example scenario would be if you have two proxies. One is for a
> cluster of servers in a development setup. Another is for a cluster of
> servers in a test environment. You would want to be able to interact
> with both proxies to do different debugging but not have to go in and
> constantly change the DBGp Proxy Support settings for the proxy address.
>
> Is this at all possible without having to hack through the code to add a
> second XDebug to the Installed Debuggers?
>
> If there is anything I can provide for additional information /
> assistance please let me know.
>
> --
> Shawn Clark
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