RapidPHP 2016 / xDebug / XAMPP on OSX

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RapidPHP 2016 / xDebug / XAMPP on OSX

Postby MarioC » Thu Oct 13, 2016 6:36 pm

Hi all,

I tried to setup RapidPHP 2016 together with xDebug on my Parallels Environment (Windows 10) on a MacBook.

But I can't get RapidPHP 2016 to that point that it stops at the breakpoints. The apache / php is fine and the xDebug section is shown in php_info.
If I whatch the network traffic I see that RapidPHP is sending the breakpoins and getting the response that the breakpoint is set. For the request of the breakpoint RapidPHP is using an absolute path. This might be the error.

I get xDebug stopping at manual breakpoints by inserting "xdebug_break()" in the code.
But this endup in a situation the RapidPHP opens the message for the current file "Can't write to file ... "

So from my point of view xDebug is running, RapidPHP is communicating but I think the path for the File RapidPHP -> xDebug is wrong. Is there a way to map the path for xDebug?
Did someone else had the issue "Can't write to file ..." while using xDebug? Any solutions?

Best regards

MC
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