[xdebug-general] Re: testing a remote install

From: Mike D'Ambrogia <miked[@]jamagination.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 09:17:28 -0700

> You don't configure the client (the "debugclient" is actually the
"server" :)

That one took me a few seconds to figure out, had to read the
description 2x to figure out that xdebug.remote_host is really setting

Think my problem might be firewall oriented now, so I'm off to
confirm/deny that traffic is coming thru port 9000 because my
debugclient never wakes up on remote traffic but does come alive for
debugging calls off of my local webserver.

As a side note, I found the debugclient-0.9.0 for linux download but it
does not run on my box, chmod to 744 and get a "-bash:
./debugclient-0.9.0: cannot execute binary file". I can't compile from
source since my sys op who does that is on vacation till next week - any
other suggestions for a linux command line debugging client?

And finally when I'm running debugging clients (notepad++) for local
debugging sessions I load a browser, pass the XDEBUG_SESSION_START=mike
on the page, control passes to the debugging client and source loads in
the client window, but after a 'step into' I get an error "php.exe has
generated errors and will be closed by Windows. You will need to
restart the program." hitting ok clears the dialog and immediately I get
an other dialog message of "Asynchronous socket error 10053" - hitting
F7 to step in causes the app to "generate errors and will be closed by
windows. You will need to restart the program". Dr Watson shows a
"Exception number: c0000005 (access violation)". Any ideas where to dig
in on PHP 4.4.7 to see why it's crashing like this? Going to try a few
of the other clients to see if the error happens there as well.


Received on Tue Oct 23 2007 - 18:18:37 BST

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