[xdebug-general] Re: excluding code or variables possible?

From: Werner Flamme <werner.flamme[@]ufz.de>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 17:13:47 +0200

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The source code is in a SVN repsoitory. You have to identify to the
repo before you can download code, and some parts of the code are
available for the core programmers only.

I want a similar protection when xdebug is executed.

Jerry Stuckle [25.06.2012 15:04]:
> If you've got the source code, nothing is secret anyway. This is
> true for any scripting language - not just PHP.
> On 6/25/2012 8:13 AM, Werner Flamme wrote: Hi,
> for a distributed development xdebug seems to be too good :-). It
> looks at every single line of code and at every variable...
> In this environment it would be nice, if xdebug would not look at
> some functions and at some variables, because - if it does - every
> developer can see the secret passwords for the databese
> connections...
> Is there any possibility to tell xdebug *not* to show (or analyse)
> the content of certain functions and/or variables? For security
> reasons, this should be configured on the server side.
> Thanks in advance for reading the question :-)
> Regards, Werner

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