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From: Reini Urban <rurban@x-...> - 2004-12-20 16:08:28
Charles Corrigan schrieb:
> The phpeclipse project recommends dbg -
Yes, this is the one which is the worst and simpliest.
It would be easier to rewrite that in php/java than trying to get this
But much better would be some eclipse debugger hook to the new standard
xdebug xml protocol (which zend also uses now). Just gdb and related
tools (insight) use the old protocol.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Reini Urban [mailto:rurban@...]
> Sent: 20 December 2004 22:59
> Cc: phpwiki-talk@...
> Subject: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] Filename "duplicated" in
> Charles Corrigan schrieb:
>>Now to work out how to install and use the php debugger in Eclipse :-)
> There are three of them: zend, xdebug and apd
> * xdebug is the best, but probably not supported.
> And it has two different modes: the old gdb and the new xml format.
> "dbgbased" means the old xdebug protocol, which is not so great.
> Better write your own php socket client to understand the gdb
> protocol or better the new xml protocol as the zend ide does,
> than using this weird russian debugger IDE.
> * zend is second best, but proprietary and therefore probably
> not supported. (being replaced by xdebug anyway)
> * apd is not so great.
> We could make the wiki.editor work with Eclipse also.
> Via xmlrpc or SOAP. I need some testapp for SOAP anyway.
> The hypergraph applet would be fine for Eclipse also.
> [BTW: no need to reply to both, just the list is enough]