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 XDebug in Ampps 3.7 and PHP 7.1 not working (3 Replies, Read 2455 times)
piernik
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I've made clean install of Ampps 3.7
Xdebug works on php 7.0 but not on php 7.1.
I'm on windows 10 64bit.

Anyone has similar problem?
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XDebug in Ampps 3.7 and PHP 7.1 not working
Rishi_P
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Hi,

What error message you are getting ?

Enable xdebug, open command prompt and run following command:

/path/to/your/Ampps/php/php.exe -v

Let us know the output.
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XDebug in Ampps 3.7 and PHP 7.1 not working
IBANEZ
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I have same problem too :-( , i don't know why ampps v3.7 already php_debug.dll in all directory php version but not in directory ext : zend_extension="{$path}\php\ext\php_xdebug.dll", meanwhile i see tutorial on blog in this link you must setup on \ext directory : http://www.ampps.com/blog/how-tos/installing-xdebug-for-all-php-versions-in-ampps-for-windows-1273.html, but the file inside in directory \lib : zend_extension="{$path}\php-7.1\lib\php_xdebug.dll" in all verison of PHP, I realy confused how to setup xdebug meanwhile Ampps already have, in fact we have to download php_debug.dll from xdebug.org, i hope Ampps team can explain the solution for my problem & Ampps it's realy poor for tutorial in every where especially for under windows, even on youtube too...
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XDebug in Ampps 3.7 and PHP 7.1 not working
Rishi_P
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Hi,

In new versions of Ampps we have shifted opcache and xdebug extension from php/ext to php/lib directory.

So to enable xdebug extension add following line in php config:

zend_extension="{$path}\php\lib\php_xdebug.dll
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