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The XDebug Extension
February 02, 2009 @ 12:03:26

This new article from DevShed takes a look at one of the more useful PHP tools out there for finding problems and holes in your scripts - the XDebug extension.

If you program at all, you understand the necessity of debugging. Fortunately, depending on the language in which you program, you can find an assortment of tools to help you with this task. One very good debugging tool for PHP is the XDebug extension. This seven-part series will reveal its capabilities and help you add it to your programmer's toolbox.

This first part of the series looks (briefly) at getting it installed and creating some test code to show included files and grab the line number where the error occurred.

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