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Debugging with XDebug and PhpStorm on MacOS X
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Install Xdebug for PHP
brew install php54-xdebug
When the installation is done, brew give you some info:
To finish installing xdebug for PHP 5.4: * /usr/local/etc/php/5.4/conf.d/ext-xdebug.ini was created, do not forget to remove it upon extension removal. * Restart your webserver. * Write a PHP page that calls "phpinfo();" * Load it in a browser and look for the info on the xdebug module. * If you see it, you have been successful!
If you miss it and clear your terminal, you can get those info back with the following command.
brew info php54-xdebug
I'm using php-fpm so I just retart php-fpm.
To check xdebug was installed I used the php-cli, you can also use phpinfo(). Both should contain the xdebug configuration.
php -i | grep xdebug
Configure XDebug and PHPStorm
I had to change the default port of xdebug because 9000 is taken by php-fpm on my machine.
[xdebug] zend_extension="/usr/local/Cellar/php54-xdebug/2.2.3/xdebug.so" xdebug.remote_enable=1 xdebug.remote_port=10000 xdebug.remote_handler="dbgp" xdebug.remote_host="localhost" xdebug.idekey=
Launch a debug session
On phpstorm from the menu: Run -> Start listen PHP debug connections.
With Firefox and https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/the-easiest-xdebug/ you can quickly enable xdebug. On the addon's preferences set the IDE key to "PHPSTORM" (or the one you set in the phpstorm's preferences if you changed it). You then just have to refresh the page, phpstorm should then automatically start a debug session.
Mise à jour le: 12 December 2020