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    Question about PHPEdit v0.8.0.25

    Hi,

    Anybody out there use PHPEdit v0.8.0.25?

    If so, is there a way to debug a file that is used to process variables using the POST method from an HTML file? In other words when I hit the submit button in a form is there a way to catch the execution of the php file in a debugger?

    I tried putting a break point in the file that processes my vars but it did not have any effect. The file went on and processed the data.

    I'm probably asking too much for a loosly integrated (meaing many separate discreet processes) development environment.

    Thanks.
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    actually, it does this and more.

    You need to install the included DBG debugger extensions onto your PHP server then set the debugger options to use the HTTP debugging. Consult the help files online and included for more info on this.

    You can then use the DebugBreak(); function inside your code to hard code a breakpoint, and the page will open up if you have the IDE open anmd the DBG enabled when you visit the page in your browser.
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    Originally posted by ReadMe.txt
    actually, it does this and more.

    You need to install the included DBG debugger extensions onto your PHP server then set the debugger options to use the HTTP debugging. Consult the help files online and included for more info on this.

    You can then use the DebugBreak(); function inside your code to hard code a breakpoint, and the page will open up if you have the IDE open anmd the DBG enabled when you visit the page in your browser.
    Thanks for the reply. I hope I can figure all that out. It gets harder as you get older. LOL
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