[xdebug-general] Re: tracing output tool

From: Tom Walter <tom.walter[@]hitwise.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 09:06:47 +1100

Hey all

I actually banged together a script for this a while back. It is a bit
rough and ready. I considered putting it on Google code or something but
never got around to cleaning it up.

Also, I didn't discover about the computerized trace format until after,
so spent (wasted?) a lot of time writing code to parse the human
readable format! Doh!

It relies on grep to parse the trace files in a timely manner (PHP would
be waaay too slow), so it'll only work on *nix systems at the moment.

You are presumably php programmers so I imagine you'll figure it out.

Credit must go to the webgrind dudes for the fileviewer file, I lifted
that wholesale.

If anyone wants to take the time to help fix this up such that it could
be released properly on google code I would be grateful!


Derick Rethans wrote:
> Hello Juliam,
> On Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Julian Davchev wrote:
>> First of all, amazing tool this xdebug is.
> Thanks :-)
>> My whole question is there is any better tool for examining trace than
>> just vim. Of course I can dive into vim scripting and solve this but
>> don't really feel like reinventing the weel.
> I would actually suggest to write a little script in PHP to look at the
> "computerized" format trace files. I might give that a shot later today.
> regards,
> Derick

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