[xdebug-general] Re: Eclipse is stuck at Waiting for Xdebug session... progress at 48%

From: jack birr <lister[@]bluedolomite.com>
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2017 10:17:20 -0600

I found some solutions:

1) I set xdebug.remote_autostart=on in the php.ini and this caused a
debug session in Eclipse to start when the client side POSTed to a PHP
file. That is behavior that I was unsure if or how it might work. So
learning about the xdebug.remote_autostart option will be useful

2) I create a new eclipse debug configuration and start an Eclipse debug
session with a PHP file as the starting point. This is the how I used
the debugger in the past with Joomla and I should tried this sooner.

When I finally started a session I did create a xdebug log file.

I set up all of the software with the latest downloads of everything.
So my problem was not any specific version of software.

When Eclipse is waiting at 48% in my environment there will never be a
connection. Other posters got stuck waiting at 57% progress. I am not
sure what is not responding. But altering the debug configuration was
the solution.

Hope this helps someone else.

On 1/13/2017 1:24 PM, jack birr wrote:
> Debugging with Eclipse and Xdebug does not appear to be working.
> Breakpoints do not break; code just runs without breaking. I have
> read of this problem in other forum posts but there is no solution
> that works for me.
> Here is what happens:
> I launch an Eclipse Debug Configuration to start debugging.
> Eclipse loads the starting file (which is HTML only in this case) in
> Firefox with the Xdebug parameter:
> Eclipse shows Launching: Waiting for Xdebug session... progress shows 48%
> When I terminate the debugging session in Eclipse another copy of my
> starting file is loaded in Firefox with another Xdebug parameter:
> There does not seem to be a connection between Eclipse and Xdebug
> I have checked everything I can think of.
> netstat shows:
> TCP computer:0 LISTENING
> [eclipse.exe]
> I added the a log name to Xdebug but none of my attempts created any
> log file and certainly not any entries in a log file.
> I have focused on Xdebug as the problem because of other posts about
> Eclipse Waiting on Xdebug 48% messages.
> I tried Xdebug 2.4.1 but the results were the same: Waiting at 48%
> Does anybody have any ideas what I should do?
> More details about my setup:
> I'm on Windows 10 64-bit
> I had set up Eclipse and Xdebug previously on a Windows 7 machine
> I was rebuilding my environment and downloaded:
> XAMPP Version 5.6.28
> Eclipse Neon.2 Release (4.6.2) (64-bit)
> Java runtime 8 111 (64-bit)
> Xdebug 2.5.0 (|php_xdebug-2.5.0-5.6-vc11.dll|)
> Xdebug install Summary:
> Xdebug installed: 2.5.0
> Server API: Apache 2.0 Handler
> Windows: yes - Compiler: MS VC11 - Architecture: x86
> Zend Server: no
> PHP Version: 5.6.28
> Zend API nr: 220131226
> PHP API nr: 20131226
> Debug Build: no
> Thread Safe Build: yes
> Configuration File Path: x:\window
> Configuration File: x:\xamp\php\php.ini
> Extensions directory: x:\xamp\php\ext
> My additions to php.ini are:
> zend_extension=x:\xamp\php\ext\php_xdebug-2.5.0-5.6-vc11.dll
> xdebug.profiler_output_dir="x:\xamp\tmp"
> xdebug.remote_enable=on
> xdebug.remote_log="x:\xamp\tmp\xdebug.log"
> xdebug.trace_output_dir="x:\xamp\tmp"
> These php.ini updates are confirmed in phpinfo(). The file paths have
> been changed for public consumption.
Received on Thu Jan 19 2017 - 16:17:25 GMT

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