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Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem

Author yacaph
Full name Joseph McLaughlin
Date 2008-05-05 13:02:44 PDT
Message >hi,
>
>>XDEBUG_SESSI​ON_START=tswebeditor​ from the browser. This
>>time tsWebEditor worked and a log file was created, but I
>
>>was unable to stop the debug session after I stepped
>>through the loop. I closed the editor then re-opened
>>xdebug_test.php in tsWebEditor and was able to step
>through
>
>well, if the script exits also the debug session will
>exit.
>btw you can see in the window title, if tswebeditor is
>debugging (the word debugging or something should be
>there)
>
>>it, but again was not able to stop the debug session
>within
>>the editor as all buttons were disabled. After closing
>and
>>re-starting the editor I found myself back to the error
>>that started this thread:
>
>a sign that tswebeditor is not debugging when all debug
>buttons are disabled.
>maybe your mistake: you have to open a file or else the
>editor will reject a debug session.
>
>>
>>Exception from Debugger
>>Can not get property(when the requested property to get
>>did
>>not exist, thei is NOT used for and existing but
>>uninitialised
>>property , which just gets the type "uninitialised" (See
>>PreferredTypeNames)
>
>maybe you have something the watch window. remove it.
>also be careful with your mouse cursor. everything under
>it
>will be evaled (like in the watch window).
>
>as i can see in the log, tswebeditor tries to get a
>property
>with the name i, but it doesn't exist.
>
>><- property_get -i 7 -n i
>>-> <response xmlns="urn:debugger_​protocol_v1"
>>xmlns:xdebug="http://xdebug.org/dbgp/xdebug"
>>command="property_get" transaction_id="7" status="break"
>>reason="ok"​><error code="300"><me​ssage><![CDATA​[can not
>get
>>property]]​></message>​</error></res​ponse>
>
>
>... thaler.

It seems that clearing the watches also cleared up the
error, although I still get instances where the title bar
includes ** Debugging [Running]**, and debug run & stop are
disabled. The DOS php.exe window pops and stays active.
This seems to occur when a line of code cannot be executed,
and afterwards the break point, which is in a later line of
code, has a yellow check mark in it. When this happens the
only way that I've found to get back to normal is to close
then reopen tsWebEditor.

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tsWebEditor Debug Problem yacaph Joseph McLaughlin 2008-04-25 08:40:54 PDT
     Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem thaj Thaler 2008-04-26 07:20:03 PDT
         Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem yacaph Joseph McLaughlin 2008-05-02 10:28:06 PDT
             Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem thaj Thaler 2008-05-03 11:08:46 PDT
                 Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem yacaph Joseph McLaughlin 2008-05-04 06:38:23 PDT
                     Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem thaj Thaler 2008-05-04 09:20:47 PDT
                         Re: tsWebEditor Debug Problem yacaph Joseph McLaughlin 2008-05-05 13:02:44 PDT
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