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Karsten Dambekalns' Blog:
PHP, Xdebug and PhpStorm - working!
February 10, 2011 @ 08:18:02

Karsten Dambekalns has a new post to his blog today about how he was able to get the PHP IDE PHPStorm and XDebug working together to do some debugging in his application.

PhpStorm had it's share of trouble as well [with debugging], but yesterday I experienced a working debug session. Just like that, deep variable inspection and stepping through the code just worked. Today I looked into CLI debugging because Robert needed that for some complicated FLOW3 task. Also works, although it requires one step that should not be needed.

He points out the environment he's using and the two methods/setups he has for debugging - working through the browser and debugging command line scripts with the same tool. Some screenshots are included to help you be sure you're in the right place to change the settings.

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