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Derick Rethans' Blog:
Pimping Xdebug stack traces
October 06, 2006 @ 08:41:00

Bothered by the ugly way Xdebug stack traces were turing out, Derick Rethans has created a script to fix that.

I've always been annoyed by the way how Xdebug's stack traces looked liked. So I spend some time on making them look better. I will show the differences according to the following script.

The simple script takes the output and adds a bit of formatting, stripping down the information to make it a bit more clear. Check out the before and after shots to see the difference.

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