[xdebug-general] Re: Close on an Eclipse set up

From: David Coll <david.coll.78[@]gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 12:55:53 +0200

I'm using something like the configuration you run. And the only way I had
Eclipse xDebug stop on breaking points was to Follow the code from the First
line stop. Once the breaking point's file were "spotted" once, then I could
run to them without breaking on first line.

That's not a terrible solution to work with complex infrastructure like
framework or cms, it can be a long process, with several stale/rerun

I'd be interested if there was a better way.

2011/10/11 Matt Burkhardt <mlb[@]imparisystems.com>

> **
> I'm using Eclipse 3.5.2 with XDebug 2.1.2 - It's actually talking. For
> example, I can bring up a PHP script that's on my remote server, can kick
> off the Debug session on my PC using the Debug configuration and Eclipse
> kicks off Firefox with the XDebug parameters correctly in the URL.
> If I have "Stop on first line", it will stop on the first line. However,
> it doesn't stop on any of my other breakpoints. I'm using a module within
> Drupal - if that helps a bit more. What should I be looking at to figure
> out the issue? Is it a problem with how I've set up the file on the Debug
> Configuration? However, it wants to point to a local file and I'm editing a
> Remote File.
> Any help greatly appreciated
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