|Remote as in Remore and not localhost remote. [message #80501]
||Sun, 21 September 2008 05:29
| Real Name
Registered: July 2009
I want to login a remote server, at the other end of the world, open a php
project located at the other end of the world, and debug using the server
at the other end of the world. Basically I do not want a single file saved
to my workstation or use my work station to debug.
Can that be done with eclipse PDT?
If so, how, where do I start?
Reason I ask is I am trying to find info on the subject but every time I
search for Eclipse PDT Remote debugging I get Xdebug remote debug
debugging on localhost.
From what I read is when ppl refer to php remote debugging the word remote
in debugging actually means localhost debugging.
|Re: Remote as in Remore and not localhost remote. [message #80591 is a reply to message #80576]
||Wed, 24 September 2008 08:19
Originally posted by: eclipse-news.mark-kirchner.de|
Real Name schrieb:
> Just to confirm.
> Locally you only need Eclipse PDT running
> and on the remote server you only need xDebud running
> plus some ports to let them communicate.
Additionally, you have to make sure that the local and remote versions
of the files to be debugged are kept in sync (manually, rsync,
> No need for xdebug to run localy?
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