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Re: [pdt-dev] Why does Eclipse/PDT insist on injecting my project name in the Run As.. PHP Web Page URL?

I thought about that as well, but I'd prefer to address it at the root -- Eclipse/PDT, as opposed to aliasing Apache for every project I start.

I can't be the only one who's ran into this?  Is there no other way?

Thanks,
Matt


2008/7/8 Nick Boldt <codeslave@xxxxxxxxxx>:
If you're using Apache2 as your test server (or most likely all php-enabled http servers), you can alias/virtualhost http://localhost/ProjectX/ as http://locahost/ with some minor adjustments to your config files. Details on request.

Nick

2008/7/7 Matt Farley <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Just started using PDT and for the life of me I can't figure out how to get PDT to stop injecting the project name in the Debug/Run "PHP Web Page" URL.

In my example, my site exists at: http://localhost/
And my project is named: "ProjectX"

So when I'm editing a PHP page and I want to run/debug as "PHP Web Page" the initial URL it prompts me with in the popup is: http://localhost/ProjectX/path/to/file.php

I've been pulling my hair out trying to figure out how to get it to default to:
http://localhost/path/to/file.php  (I've been having to manually remove the /ProjectX/ from each URL.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Many thanks,
Matt

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