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[resolved] Can't get debugger to recognise breakpoints


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I've got Version 4.6.3 (build 4633) and when working on one server it's fine but on the
2nd it won't recognise breakpoints. When clicking on "Run in Debugger" it stops at the first
line correctly but pressing the same button or hitting F9 just loads the page and ignores and
breakpoints even on simple test scripts with the breakpoint on the next line. It will stop from
a DebugBreak() call fine..

As i say the other server set up is fine and everything works it's just this one server - comparing
the two setups (pasted below) the NON Working version is the later version - i can go back.

any help appreciated.

cheers
Mike


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Server config that IS working OK...
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DBG php debugger, version 3.1.0, Copyright 2001, 2006 Dmitri Dmitrienko, http://www.nusphere.com/dbg
Version 3.1.0
Linked as a shared library.
Dbg SSL not available
Dbg ip security enabled.
Profiler enabled
Target PHP version 4.3.9
Server API Apache
Extensions API 20021010
Modules API 20020429
PHP API 20020918
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Server config that ISN'T working ok.
DBG php debugger, version 3.1.8, Copyright 2001, 2006 Dmitri Dmitrienko, http://www.nusphere.com/dbg
Version 3.1.8
Linked as a shared library.
Dbg SSL not available
Dbg ip security enabled.
Profiler enabled
Target PHP version 4.3.9
Server API Apache 2.0 Handler
Extensions API 20021010
Modules API 20020429
PHP API 20020918
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Are you sure that the files are in-synch with the second server? The simplest check would be to put a syntax error in one of the files in question and run it - see what the line number is in the error message
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thanks for the reply.

yes I can add a debugbreak(); or a syntax error
and re run it in the debugger and it stops correctly.
comment that statement out - add a breakpoint to the line below it
and reupload it and re run it in the debugger and it again ignores the
breakpoint.

thanks in advance.

cheers
Mike
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please check if you have any php accelerating solution installed on the server.
memcache or eaccelerator may cause the problem.
If you need php accelerator that works friendly to the debugger, I'd highly recommend you to try NuSphere PhpExpress. It's free.

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thanks - how would i check? is it likely to be in phpinfo?


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cheers
mike
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helps if you put the "remote root directory" path using / and not \

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path using / and not \

it depends on the OS. If server runs unix/linux, it must be /, regarding windows it supports both / and \

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DBG php debugger, version 3.1.0

this must be updated to v3.1.9 (the most recent)

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