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December 21, 2006, 7:59 pm
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1) it appears that the server side is all php, so server type
does not matter. Correct ?
2) I live behind a nating router/firewall and can only
communicate with the outside world if I initiate the contact.
Will the windows client initiate the contact with the server ?
(because the examples used non-routable IP numbers, it was hard
Re: PHP Debugger
What I do is connect to the server via SSH, and set up a remote tunnel
from the server to my computer on the debug port. Then I tell the
server to send debug requests to "localhost" and they get tunnelled back
to my PC over the SSH connection. This successfully breaks through the NAT.
This is using xdebug, I don't know anything about other debuggers
(xdebug is pretty awesome, though).
Re: PHP Debugger
PHPDebugger author writing...
Correct. I use PHP 5.x, but the PHP part should be compatible with 4.x
too. If not, please post a hint, I'll fix.
No, currently, the PHP side creates the connection from PHP to
An upcoming release - to get released shortly - should be able to start
the communication from the PHPDebugger side.
To make this work, TADebugger will establish a server-side message
store, which can be retrieved using a special script call. By means of
a config-setting, you should be able to establish the message-store
using a flat-file or a MySQL server.
Thx for the hint! I'll Change this in the presentation
As the other poster mentioned, other tools might be richer, but
PHPDebugger is very simple to install, doesn't require a PHP
source-compile or and special IDE. That's why I started this project.
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