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There's a new version of Xdebug released which fixes a major bug where inspecting static properties caused Xdebug to crash in XAMPP 1.8.0. Unfortunately, you’ll need to update manually the version of Xdebug shipped with XAMPP to Xdebug 2.2.1 rather than 2.2.0: Simply download the correct Xdebug binary (VC9 threadsafe PHP 5.4 VC9 TS (64 bit) (MD5: 81cacc87168c99c7f65ba202dc12c4b2)) and copy it in your XAMPP installation at xampp\php\ext\php_xdebug.dll restart Apache and you can continue debugging! …
The PDT project is working towards providing a PHP Development Environment framework. This project was formerly known as PHP IDE. see PDT 2.0 New & Noteworthy see the eclipse PDT WIKI Make #Eclipse PDT work for #Joomla development Install a PHP debugger In order to be able to perform debugging using eclipse PDT, you must download one of the following extra packages: XDEBUG or ZEND debugger. I was not able to get the debugger running with XDEBUG even after reading …
The major news I was waiting for:Eclipse Foundation, Zend Technologies, and IBM Announce the Approval of the PHP IDE Project The #Eclipse Foundation, an open source community committed to the implementation of a universal software development platform, Zend Technologies and IBM, today announced that the #Eclipse PHP IDE project has been approved by the #Eclipse Foundation. The technology project was proposed by Zend and IBM on October 21, 2005. It will deliver a PHP Integrated Development Environment framework for the …
An impressive sum of links and good articles on PHP, worth reading!This list of recommended reading material on PHP is compiled from a variety of online sources by Web application developers in IBM's Global Production Services organization. These resources have been selected with the intention of introducing IT specialists and architects to PHP, providing specific information about development and maintenance, and helping to integrate the technology with IBM products.PHP is an interpreted programming language run in an environment provided by …