Xdebug and Sublime Text | Vaerenbergh

This blog post is about making Xdebug work together with Sublime Text (in this example version 2). By many considered a tough task. But it’s doable. Your IDE will look something like this: A couple of assumptions made before continuing: Sublime Text 2 or higher is installed.

Source: Xdebug and Sublime Text | Vaerenbergh

 

custom shortcut key:

Reference->Keybinding user:

[
{“keys”: [“ctrl+f8”], “command”: “xdebug_breakpoint”},
{“keys”: [“shift+f8”], “command”: “xdebug_conditional_breakpoint”},
{“keys”: [“ctrl+shift+f5”], “command”: “xdebug_continue”, “args”: {“command”: “run”}},
{“keys”: [“f6”], “command”: “xdebug_continue”, “args”: {“command”: “step_over”}},
{“keys”: [“f7”], “command”: “xdebug_continue”, “args”: {“command”: “step_into”}},
{“keys”: [“f5”], “command”: “xdebug_continue”, “args”: {“command”: “step_out”}},
{“keys”: [“ctrl+shift+f9”], “command”: “xdebug_session_start”},
{“keys”: [“ctrl+shift+f10”], “command”: “xdebug_session_stop”},
{“keys”: [“ctrl+shift+f11”], “command”: “xdebug_layout”, “args”: {“keymap” : true}}
]

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