[xdebug-general] Re: telnet session to debugclient

From: Damjan Cvetko <zobo[@]scene-si.org>
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 09:30:23 +0100

Hi Anil.

Here's my 0.02.
In DBGP all XML packets are in form of:

<payload size><NUL><xml payload><NUL>

Telnet isn't the best utility for that.

Perhaps what would be interesting for you is to run this instead of
nc -l -p 9000
Then start a debug session. You'll see here if you get the correct init
packet. (I think that was the initial problem).

One way to send a packet to the client, would be to create a file with
the right sytanx (size null etc) and then do

nc localhost 9000 < file

Hope this helps.


Anil T Samuel wrote:
> Can I connect a telnet session (using telnet localhost 9000) to a
> debugclient listening at localhost:9000
> and send <init> packet using telnet console input ?
> I am hoping something like
> [anthos:~]>telnet bortnet.com smtp
> Trying
> Connected to bortnet.com.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> 220 mail.bortnet.com ESMTP Postfix
> helo me.com
> 250 mail.bortnet.com
> MAIL FROM:anthos[@]hotmail.com
> 250 Ok
> Regards
> Anthos
Received on Fri Jan 11 2008 - 09:49:42 GMT

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