From Options->Project>debugger 2 issues:
The OK button doesn't come up active, have to close/reopen pgm
Pressing OK after providing path to xdebug DLL returns:
syntax error, unexpected '(' in C:\Program Files (86)\EasyPHP-188.8.131.52\apache\php.ini on line 269[/code]
zend_extension_ts=C:\Program Files (x86)\EasyPHP-184.108.40.206\xdebug\php_xdebug-2.1.0-5.3-vc9.dll
In the 64 bit ver of Win 7, there are two Program Folders: Program Files_ , _&* Program Files (x86)* for 32 bit programs. the '(' as well as its complement, ')' are legit and need to be accepted.
Thanks for your report. Unfortunately, the version 3 (aka EDI - editor) is not maintained. Fortunately the version 2 (aka IDE - integrated development environment) works fine with the 64 bit ver of Win 7.
So what should I do? I thought I just d/l the most recent versions, I must be uninformed.
What does 2.4.0 apply to?
I thought I selected a stable version at http://devphp.sourceforge.net/
I got the IDE+installer v220.127.116.118, where did tis Ver 3 of the editor come from?
Some of these seem old by this industries standards, 2004, 2005, etc?
I like the editor except I still have not been able to get the breakpoint feature and the associated debug - trace, step, pause to work. The documents refer to tabs I have never seen, and I don't see how to install/make active.
> what should I do?
I know that it's not really obvious, but we could give the documentation a chance.
>What does 2.4.0 apply for?
Main changes are reported here: http://devphp.sourceforge.net/
Each release includes its change-log. Each change is supposed to be qualified (prefixed) with +NEW, *CHG or -FIX
Furthermore, the entire log (tree-structured) can be displayed thru the devphp.exe itself:
Menu "Options->Scan before update…"
> where did tis Ver 3 of the editor come from?
IMHO, Ver.3 is just an attempt to upgrade the look.
But the components selected to do that: (TBX, etc.), are not maintained since many years.
It's a dead end.
Version 2 had started to follow this track and it has been a hard work to return to proven standards.
> Some of these seem old by this industries standards, 2004, 2005, etc?
Not sure I understand.
This is an open source project. We try to use the latest known stable of each component.
As far as I know, some of them have not released any update for years, but it does not really matter as long as these components are compatible with new versions of the Delphi compiler.
> About debug
Maybe I could suggest some links
> The documents refer to tabs I have never seen, and I don't see how to install/make active.
Maybe. Please, could you be more specific?
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