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Help setting up a PHP Debugger...

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My current setup is:

Workstation:
PHPEdit and Dreamweaver MX 2004

Server:
Win2k server w/IIS, PHP 4.3.6 and MySQL 4.0.18

My source files are located on my workstation, and when saved, they are
automatically copied to my server. For me, this is fine, however I know it
is not the best practice.

I do like how Dreamweaver manages the sites, both local and remote (and I am
not using the testing server).
Right now, I basically make changes, refresh the LIVE page and see if it
works, if not, undo and try again, etc.

I would like to start using the debugger in PHPEdit, but am confused on the
setup. Does it debug the pages on my local machine, but pull the db stuff
from the server ? Do I have to setup IIS on my XP box to debug or does the
debugging take place on the web server itself ?

My site is a VERY heavily gutted and modified PHPNuke install.

I haven't clue one on how to setup of "true" web development environment.
All these machines are in my house, on my LAN.

Many thanks.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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