Daevid Vincent wrote:
Like you, I have many little functions that are useful for debugging in a

The problem is that when you start to pepper them around, whilst debugging,
you can often times forget where you left them. A search isn't always
helpful since I sometimes leave them in the code, but commented out, so I
end up finding dozens of matches.

What I need are some variables that tell me the current calling file, line
and function I'm in. Then when I see some debug info on the screen, I know
exactly where it came from.

Use debug_backtrace() to capture the information from within the print_debug() or other deeper function. Just grab the second (or further) stack item that corresponds to the location where print_debug() was called.

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