|Re: XDebug JIT fails ... somewhere [message #92010 is a reply to message #91997]
||Mon, 26 January 2009 09:06
Originally posted by: dkel50.hotnospmail.com|
There is one last possibility, when you start PDT it may not be
listening on port 9000 straight away. But in your scenario I see this as
highly unlikely as the only time this occurs is if the PHP debug plugin
is not loaded (it would be loaded when you open a PHP file, switch to
PHP Debug, or change debug preferences) which in most cases this would
not be the case and it would load. This is fixed in the 2.0.1 builds.
Hell No wrote:
>> So I have tried to recreate your scenario as follows with a simple script
> Scenario seems to match exactly ... so tried again - and it works - and
> i can't make it fail no matter what (sensible) i try :/ ... wth?
> What could have changed:
> * no configuration changes in eclipse - at all (related or otherwise).
> * no configuration changes at server side or folders.
> * created a new local project - did not attempt to debug or anything.
> busy with other stuff, did hardly anything with it.
> * i did restart my pc ... khm :/ ... quite sure i had not done that a
> week or two.
> * we did have some network problems, but not at the time nor every day.
> * did not notice anything interesting in eclipse .log file.
> => no idea why it is working now. I'm assuming restart did its magic.
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