[xdebug-general] Re: --enable-debug

From: Mathieu Kooiman <mathieuk[@]gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2007 09:51:39 +0200


Could it be that when you compiled xdebug, it actually used a
different install of PHP (a non-debug installation)?

Find the php-config of the version of PHP you're trying to compile
against, and specify it when configuring xdebug:

./configure --with-php-config=/path/to/the/debug/version/of/php-config


On 7/23/07, Richard Lynch <ceo[@]l-i-e.com> wrote:
> Hey all;
> I'm starting to work with Xdebug, and I'm a bit stuck loading the
> extension since I compiled php with --enable-debug
> php -m says:
> Cannot load Xdebug - it does not contain debug information, whereas
> Zend does
> http://www.xdebug.org/docs/install says:
> Note: In case you compiled PHP yourself and used --enable-debug you
> would have to use zend_extension_debug=.
> Alas, I am using zend_extension_debug, but that does not seem to help...
> I tried re-doing the configure of xdebug adding in --enable-debug even
> though it's not listed in the ./configure --help, to no avail.
> Is there some way to turn on debugging in the xdebug extension, or do
> I have to recompile PHP without --enable-debug?
> This is PHP 5.2.4-dev from CVS, though I don't think that's
> particularly relevant here.
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Received on Mon Jul 23 2007 - 09:51:50 BST

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