xdebug

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MikeGrace
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Re: xdebug

Post by MikeGrace » Wed 10. Aug 2011, 19:39

I wrote up a step by step how to get xdebug running on MAMP if anyone is interested
http://geek.michaelgrace.org/2011/08/xd ... n-mac-osx/

GusDeCooL
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Re: xdebug

Post by GusDeCooL » Mon 29. Aug 2011, 18:03

Dirk Einecke wrote:Hi,

Xdebug is included by default since MAMP 1.8

greetings
Dirk Einecke

im using MAMP 2.0.1 and run php 5.3
why when i check my phpinfo at xdebug custom installation it says xdebug not installed?

GusDeCooL
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Re: xdebug

Post by GusDeCooL » Mon 29. Aug 2011, 18:08

MikeGrace wrote:I wrote up a step by step how to get xdebug running on MAMP if anyone is interested
http://geek.michaelgrace.org/2011/08/xd ... n-mac-osx/
Great Tutorial!!!

Maybe in the next release MAMP need to add GUI button to enable xDebug not editting the file directly :mrgreen:

garyw3058
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Re: xdebug

Post by garyw3058 » Wed 31. Aug 2011, 02:08

MikeGrace wrote:I wrote up a step by step how to get xdebug running on MAMP if anyone is interested
http://geek.michaelgrace.org/2011/08/xd ... n-mac-osx/
An excellent tutorial. Thanks Mike.

bradly
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Re: xdebug

Post by bradly » Sun 25. Sep 2011, 19:06

I'd like to see a step-by-step instructions as well.

spencer46
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Re: xdebug

Post by spencer46 » Wed 16. Nov 2011, 19:16

smosley wrote:I have been using the xdebug feature and I think that it works very well. You do not have to compile everything and make it run again and you have the power to edit and see the changes right on the fly. It really is a good addition to the set of functions available for mamp version.

It really makes developing and testing a lot easier.
I agree with you, and i think is good and that it has step by step instructions for those who don't have much understanding of the xdebug feature.

Thanks
Spencer_Clark

naphayes00
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Re: xdebug

Post by naphayes00 » Mon 16. Jan 2012, 15:11

MikeGrace wrote:I wrote up a step by step how to get xdebug running on MAMP if anyone is interested
http://geek.michaelgrace.org/2011/08/xd ... n-mac-osx/

Excellent tutorial you have there, pictures make them easy to understand and follow. Thanks for this one.

genaromitri
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Re: xdebug

Post by genaromitri » Fri 16. Mar 2012, 05:31

bradly wrote:I'd like to see a step-by-step instructions as well.
I would second that. Having it in video format at youtube would be even better.

daavidfischer
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Re: xdebug

Post by daavidfischer » Tue 11. Dec 2012, 13:26

It really is a good addition to the set of functions available for mamp version. When I type 'which php' into the terminal window, the path is given as /usr/bin/php, which is the Mac default php interpreter. Could that be the problem?



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rdokoye
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Re: xdebug

Post by rdokoye » Sun 31. Mar 2013, 17:54

Nice tutorial, I like the fact that you accompanied your commentary with pictures, as it makes it easier for me to externalise what you’re saying.

jangos
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Re: xdebug

Post by jangos » Fri 31. May 2013, 11:36

smosley wrote:
[color=#2E5B82]Hier[/color] wrote:I have been using the xdebug feature and I think that it works very well. You do not have to compile everything and make it run again and you have the power to edit and see the changes right on the fly. It really is a good addition to the set of functions available for mamp version.

It really makes developing and testing a lot easier.
I agree with you 110%, it works perfect. I don't know what I would do without it.
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Mbandrea
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Re: xdebug

Post by Mbandrea » Sun 28. Jul 2013, 04:51

smosley wrote: I have been using the xdebug feature and I think that it works very well.

Oliveber
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Re: xdebug

Post by Oliveber » Thu 8. Aug 2013, 08:01

Xdebug is included by default since MAMP 1.8

salabim
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Re: xdebug

Post by salabim » Sat 14. Sep 2013, 17:53

They should have added it by default much sooner, I am glad they did though.

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