Hi. > I had no idea you were using Xdebug. When you said Zend Studio i assumed > you were using the standard Zend debugger. My bad. > > Been trying to get Xdebug working in combination with Zend Studio 8. The > two seem to talk to each other. But Zend Studio doesn't display any > data, no breakpoints, etc > > i compiled from source since i am using Zend Server. No luck. So back to > the Zend Debugger for now.
I switched to another combination right now. Since I also use Spring's Tool Suite for other stuff, I just installed the PDT inside it. Xdebug happily shows variables and properly hits breakpoints with this configuration. Nevertheless, after installing the updated package I mentioned in my previous post, I was able to properly use the debugger in Zend Studio too. However, since I don't use Zend Server, there's not really a point in me using Zend Studio. I was just trying it out, hoping to find something that regular Eclipse distros with PDT installed won't give me - something else than the integration with Zend Server. Zend Server might be OK, but since I have to deploy on Apache + mod_php, I can't afford to develop and test exclusively on Zend Server, so why not go with the target platform from the very beginning? br, flj -- Fine counsel is confusing, but example is always clear. (Edgar A. Guest, The Light of Faith) -- Fine counsel is confusing, but example is always clear. (Edgar A. Guest, The Light of Faith) -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php