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  1. Yes, I was interested in learning phpdbg too since it will be in PHP 5.6 core, but it seems xdebug is better documented, so I'll give it a try at least for now. Thanks for your tutorial!
  2. Ok, thanks guys! I'll try using Xdebug with Sublime Text and with VIM to see if it offers what I'm looking for.
  3. Why isn't XDebug suitable for debuggin Object Oriented PHP? I'm on Linux and I'm totally comfortable with compiling. How is this simple xdebug client included in the source package? I couldn't find any information about it.
  4. I find a plugin for Sublime Text that aparently can enable XDebug inside this text editor. What I need for PHP is something like pudb (for Python), take a look at this pudb print screen: http://asmeurersympy.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/screen-shot-2010-07-28-at-12-51-36-pm.png It runs on terminal and it has these features: 1. Execute line by line 2. Show variables values and changes line by line 3. Enable you to navigate between functions stack 4. Can use breakpoints Does XDebug offer this? Is there another debugger for PHP that has these features?
  5. I see, thanks for your reply. Is it possible to use XDebug outside an IDE? Like, via terminal.
  6. I'm using Sublime Text, it's a pretty decent text editor. You can install some plugins for syntax checking and stuff. Very customizable. So far so good.
  7. I've found some debugger options for PHP: http://xdebug.org/ http://www.php-debugger.com/dbg/ http://phpdbg.com/ http://dbug.ospinto.com/ http://www.firephp.org/ http://pecl.php.net/package/apd And probably there are more. Do you guys know any of these debuggers? Do you recommend one? What is the best PHP debugger? ps: I'm trying to avoid IDEs at the momment, I would like to use a tool specifically made for debugging.
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