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Â 1. Re: ÂXDebug, remote debug and Eclipse editor file path
Â Â Â(Dave Kelsey)
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From:ÂDave Kelsey <d_kelsey@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:ÂPDT Developers <pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:ÂMon, 7 Sep 2009 10:02:33 +0100
Subject:ÂRe: [pdt-dev] XDebug, remote debug and Eclipse editor file path
This was addressed, but I can't remember if it got into PDT 2.0.1 or
whether this was fixed in PDT 2.1. Are you on PDT 2.0.1 ? if not then you
could try that. If you are then you will need to move to PDT 2.1 (Eclipse
pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 04/09/2009 14:58:25:
> PomCompot <pomme_compote-pdteclipse@xxxxxxxx>:
> 04/09/2009 14:58
> [pdt-dev] XDebug, remote debug and Eclipse editor file path
> Sent by:]
> I get a little problem with PHP debugging with X-Debug. I thnik it's
> related to path mapping or something like that.
> I have installed PDT on Eclipse 3.4 Ganymede and the Firefox add-on
> to enable/disable debugging from the status bar.
> It works fine, except one thing, when it entered debug on Eclipse,
> it opens the editor with the absolute path of the file and not with
> the path relative to the project where the file is located..
> I can debug, but setting new breakpoints during debug set them on
> the system file (absolute path) and not in the corresponding project
> file. Moreover, with this problem, I could have the same file opened
> twice in Eclipse: one that I opened with a path relative to its
> containing project, one opened by the debug with an absolute system path.
> Any idea for a solution?
> Details of the configuration.
> Eclise Ganymede 3.4 on Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04 with Firefox 3.
> 0.13 with Xdebug helper addon 0.3.1
> project path:
> url and apache alias config (http://localhost/MyApp)>
> Alias /MyApp "/media/data/Workspace/MyApp/www"
> <Directory /media/data/Workspace/MyApp>
> Â Â Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
> Â Â Order Deny,Allow
> Â Â Allow from All
> path mapping in Eclipse:
> Path on server => Local path
> /MyApp Â Â Â Â Â => /MyApp
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