I’ve had a hell of a time getting xdebug working locally with vscode, but now that I have, I thought I’d share.
installed this: https://github.com/felixfbecker/vscode-php-debug
using chrome for debugging, and I did not install any chrome extensions
my launch.json config:
"name": "Listen for XDebug",
example.com is the site name you are using. (you might be using something like http://example.dev or http://example.test, but your site name would be example.com)
I’m running this launch.json from the root of my project (ie the folder that contains trellis and bedrock)
vagrant up then run the debugger, throw in a breakpoint, then navigate to http://example.dev?XDEBUG_SESSION_START=XDEBUG_ECLIPSE
Hope this helps someone.
Hi @lane thanks so much for this. I have debugging set up thanks to you.
workspaceRoot a Vscode variable?
Also, can you shed some light on the last step - visiting that url? I hadn’t realised this was needed after every vagrant up! (to anyone referencing this - if debugging has mysteriously stopped working, be sure to redo that last step!!)
Getting into this conversation a little late, but…
Thanks for your clarifications about setting up the debugging in VS Code! But I felt a bit annoyed with the need of using the
So I found out that by adding
xdebug_remote_autostart: 1 to
trellis/group_vars/development/php.yml and then running
vagrant reload --provision the debug session starts automagically.
Just a tip (and maybe you, @d-a-v-e, are interested in this).
And yes @d-a-v-e
workspaceRoot is a VS Code variable .
thanks for the tip @adambrgmn. This doesn’t auto start xdebug in production does it?