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File xdebug.ini of Package php56-xdebug

; This is a generated file, do not modify by hand

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.auto_trace
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to on, the tracing of function calls will be enabled
; just before the script is run. This makes it possible to trace code in the
; auto_prepend_file [1].
;
; [1] http://www.php.net/manual/en/configuration.directives.php#ini.auto-prepend-file
;
;
;xdebug.auto_trace = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.cli_color
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.2
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; If this setting is 1, Xdebug will color var_dumps and stack traces output when
; in CLI mode and when the output is a tty. On Windows, the ANSICON [1] tool
; needs to be installed.
;
; [1] http://adoxa.110mb.com/ansicon/
;
; If the setting is 2, then Xdebug will always color var_dumps and stack trace,
; no matter whether it's connected to a tty or whether ANSICON is installed. In
; this case, you might end up seeing escape codes.
;
; See this article [1] for some more information.
;
; [1] http://drck.me/clicolor-9cr
;
;
;xdebug.cli_color = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.collect_assignments
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.1
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; This setting, defaulting to 0, controls whether Xdebug should add variable
; assignments to function traces.
;
;
;xdebug.collect_assignments = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.collect_includes
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; This setting, defaulting to 1, controls whether Xdebug should write the
; filename used in include(), include_once(), require() or require_once() to the
; trace files.
;
;
;xdebug.collect_includes = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.collect_params
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; This setting, defaulting to 0, controls whether Xdebug should collect the
; parameters passed to functions when a function call is recorded in either the
; function trace or the stack trace.
;
; The setting defaults to 0 because for very large scripts it may use huge
; amounts of memory and therefore make it impossible for the huge script to run.
; You can most safely turn this setting on, but you can expect some problems in
; scripts with a lot of function calls and/or huge data structures as
; parameters. Xdebug 2 will not have this problem with increased memory usage,
; as it will never store this information in memory. Instead it will only be
; written to disk. This means that you need to have a look at the disk usage
; though.
;
; This setting can have four different values. For each of the values a
; different amount of information is shown. Below you will see what information
; each of the values provides. See also the introduction of the feature Stack
; Traces for a few screenshots.
;
; =====  ========================================================================
; Value  Argument Information Shown
; =====  ========================================================================
; 0      None.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 1      Type and number of elements (f.e. string(6), array(8)).
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 2      Type and number of elements, with a tool tip for the full information 1.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 3      Full variable contents (with the limits respected as set by
;        xdebug.var_display_max_children, xdebug.var_display_max_data and
;        xdebug.var_display_max_depth.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 4      Full variable contents and variable name.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 5      PHP serialized variable contents, without the name.
;
;        (New in Xdebug 2.3)
; =====  ========================================================================
;
; 1 in the CLI version of PHP it will not have the tool tip, nor in output
; files.
;
;
;xdebug.collect_params = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.collect_return
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; This setting, defaulting to 0, controls whether Xdebug should write the return
; value of function calls to the trace files.
;
; For computerized trace files (xdebug.trace_format=1) this only works from
; Xdebug 2.3 onwards.
;
;
;xdebug.collect_return = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.collect_vars
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; This setting tells Xdebug to gather information about which variables are used
; in a certain scope. This analysis can be quite slow as Xdebug has to reverse
; engineer PHP's opcode arrays. This setting will not record which values the
; different variables have, for that use xdebug.collect_params. This setting
; needs to be enabled only if you wish to use xdebug_get_declared_vars().
;
;
;xdebug.collect_vars = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.coverage_enable
;
; Only in Xdebug versions >= 2.2
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; If this setting is set to 0, then Xdebug will not set-up internal structures
; to allow code coverage. This speeds up Xdebug quite a bit, but of course, Code
; Coverage Analysis won't work.
;
;
;xdebug.coverage_enable = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.default_enable
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; If this setting is 1, then stacktraces will be shown by default on an error
; event. You can disable showing stacktraces from your code with
; xdebug_disable(). As this is one of the basic functions of Xdebug, it is
; advisable to leave this setting set to 1.
;
;
;xdebug.default_enable = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.dump.*
;
; Type: string, Default value: Empty
;
; * can be any of COOKIE, FILES, GET, POST, REQUEST, SERVER, SESSION. These
; seven settings control which data from the superglobals is shown when an error
; situation occurs.
;
; Each of those php.ini setting can consist of a comma separated list of
; variables from this superglobal to dump, or ``*`` for all of them. Make sure
; you do not add spaces in this setting.
;
; In order to dump the REMOTE_ADDR and the REQUEST_METHOD when an error occurs,
; and all GET parameters, add these settings:
;
;     xdebug.dump.SERVER = REMOTE_ADDR,REQUEST_METHOD
;     xdebug.dump.GET = *
;
;
;xdebug.dump.* = Empty

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.dump_globals
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; Controls whether the values of the superglobals as defined by the
; xdebug.dump.* settings should be shown or not.
;
;
;xdebug.dump_globals = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.dump_once
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; Controls whether the values of the superglobals should be dumped on all error
; situations (set to 0) or only on the first (set to 1).
;
;
;xdebug.dump_once = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.dump_undefined
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; If you want to dump undefined values from the superglobals you should set this
; setting to 1, otherwise leave it set to 0.
;
;
;xdebug.dump_undefined = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.extended_info
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 1
;
; Controls whether Xdebug should enforce 'extended_info' mode for the PHP
; parser; this allows Xdebug to do file/line breakpoints with the remote
; debugger. When tracing or profiling scripts you generally want to turn off
; this option as PHP's generated oparrays will increase with about a third of
; the size slowing down your scripts. This setting can not be set in your
; scripts with ini_set(), but only in php.ini.
;
;
;xdebug.extended_info = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.file_link_format
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.1
;
; Type: string, Default value: 
;
; This setting determines the format of the links that are made in the display
; of stack traces where file names are used. This allows IDEs to set up a
; link-protocol that makes it possible to go directly to a line and file by
; clicking on the filenames that Xdebug shows in stack traces. An example format
; might look like:
;
;     myide://%f@%l
;
; The possible format specifiers are:
;
; =========  ===============
; Specifier  Meaning
; =========  ===============
; %f         the filename
; ---------  ---------------
; %l         the line number
; =========  ===============
;
; For various IDEs/OSses there are some instructions listed on how to make this
; work:
;
; ----------------
; Firefox on Linux
; ----------------
;
; - Open
;
;   about:config
;
; - Add a new boolean setting "network.protocol-handler.expose.xdebug"
;
; - Add the following into a shell script
;
;   ``~/bin/ff-xdebug.sh``:
;
;     #! /bin/sh
;
;     f=`echo $1 | cut -d @ -f 1 | sed 's/xdebug:\/\///'`
;     l=`echo $1 | cut -d @ -f 2`
;
;   Add to that one of (depending whether you have komodo or gvim):
;
;   - komodo $f -l $l
;
;   - gvim --remote-tab +$l $f
;
; - Make the script executable with
;
; chmod +x ~/bin/ff-xdebug.sh
;
; - Set the xdebug.file_link_format setting to
;
; xdebug://%f@%l
;
; --------------------
; Windows and netbeans
; --------------------
;
; - Create the file
;
;   ``netbeans.bat`` and save it in your path ( ``C:\Windows`` will work):
;
;     @echo off
;     setlocal enableextensions enabledelayedexpansion
;     set NETBEANS=%1
;     set FILE=%~2
;     %NETBEANS% --nosplash --console suppress --open "%FILE:~19%"
;     nircmd win activate process netbeans.exe
;
;   **Note:** Remove the last line if you don't have ``nircmd``.
;
; - Save the following code as
;
;   ``netbeans_protocol.reg``:
;
;     Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
;
;     [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\netbeans]
;     "URL Protocol"=""
;     @="URL:Netbeans Protocol"
;
;     [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\netbeans\DefaultIcon]
;     @="\"C:\\Program Files\\NetBeans 7.1.1\\bin\\netbeans.exe,1\""
;
;     [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\netbeans\shell]
;
;     [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\netbeans\shell\open]
;
;     [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\netbeans\shell\open\command]
;     @="\"C:\\Windows\\netbeans.bat\" \"C:\\Program Files\\NetBeans 7.1.1\\bin\\netbeans.exe\" \"%1\""
;
;   **Note:** Make sure to change the path to Netbeans (twice), as well as the
;   ``netbeans.bat`` batch file if you saved it somewhere else than
;   ``C:\Windows\``.
;
; - Double click on the
;
;   ``netbeans_protocol.reg`` file to import it into the registry.
;
; - Set the xdebug.file_link_format setting to
;
; xdebug.file_link_format =
;     "netbeans://open/?f=%f:%l"
;
;
;xdebug.file_link_format = 

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.force_display_errors
;
; Only in Xdebug versions 2.3
;
; Type: int, Default value: 0
;
; If this setting is set to ``1`` then errors will **always** be displayed, no
; matter what the setting of PHP's display_errors [1] is.
;
; [1] http://php.net/manual/en/errorfunc.configuration.php#ini.display-errors
;
;
;xdebug.force_display_errors = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.force_error_reporting
;
; Only in Xdebug versions 2.3
;
; Type: int, Default value: 0
;
; This setting is a bitmask, like error_reporting [1]. This bitmask will be
; logically ORed with the bitmask represented by error_reporting [2] to dermine
; which errors should be displayed. This setting can only be made in php.ini and
; allows you to force certain errors from being shown no matter what an
; application does with ini_set() [3].
;
; [1] http://php.net/manual/en/errorfunc.configuration.php#ini.error-reporting
; [2] http://php.net/manual/en/errorfunc.configuration.php#ini.error-reporting
; [3] http://php.net/manual/en/function.ini-set.php
;
;
;xdebug.force_error_reporting = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.halt_level
;
; Only in Xdebug versions 2.3
;
; Type: int, Default value: 0
;
; This setting allows you to configure a mask that determines whether, and
; which, notices and/or warnings get converted to errors. You can configure
; notices and warnings that are generated by PHP, and notices and warnings that
; you generate yourself (by means of trigger_error()). For example, to convert
; the warning of strlen() (without arguments) to an error, you would do:
;
;     ini_set('xdebug.halt_level', E_WARNING);
;     echo "Hi!\n";
;
; Which will then result in the showing of the error message, and the abortion
; of the script. ``echo "Hi!\n";`` will not be executed.
;
; The setting is a bit mask, so to convert all notices and warnings into errors
; for all applications, you can set this in php.ini:
;
;     xdebug.halt_level=E_WARNING|E_NOTICE|E_USER_WARNING|E_USER_NOTICE
;
; The bitmask only supports the four level that are mentioned above.
;
;
;xdebug.halt_level = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.idekey
;
; Type: string, Default value: *complex*
;
; Controls which IDE Key Xdebug should pass on to the DBGp debugger handler. The
; default is based on environment settings. First the environment setting
; DBGP_IDEKEY is consulted, then USER and as last USERNAME. The default is set
; to the first environment variable that is found. If none could be found the
; setting has as default ''. If this setting is set, it always overrides the
; environment variables.
;
;
;xdebug.idekey = *complex*

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.manual_url
;
; Only in Xdebug versions < 2.2.1
;
; Type: string, Default value: http://www.php.net
;
; This is the base url for the links from the function traces and error message
; to the manual pages of the function from the message. It is advisable to set
; this setting to use the closest mirror.
;
;
;xdebug.manual_url = http://www.php.net

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.max_nesting_level
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 100
;
; Controls the protection mechanism for infinite recursion protection. The value
; of this setting is the maximum level of nested functions that are allowed
; before the script will be aborted.
;
;
;xdebug.max_nesting_level = 100

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.overload_var_dump
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.1
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 1
;
; By default Xdebug overloads var_dump() with its own improved version for
; displaying variables when the html_errors php.ini setting is set to 1. In case
; you do not want that, you can set this setting to 0, but check first if it's
; not smarter to turn off html_errors.
;
; You can also use ``2`` as value for this setting. Besides formatting the
; var_dump() output nicely, it will also add filename and line number to the
; output. The xdebug.file_link_format setting is also respected. *(New in Xdebug
; 2.3)*
;
;
;xdebug.overload_var_dump = 1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.profiler_append
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to 1, profiler files will not be overwritten when a
; new request would map to the same file (depnding on the
; xdebug.profiler_output_name setting. Instead the file will be appended to with
; the new profile.
;
;
;xdebug.profiler_append = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.profiler_enable
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; Enables Xdebug's profiler which creates files in the profile output directory.
; Those files can be read by KCacheGrind to visualize your data. This setting
; can not be set in your script with ini_set(). If you want to selectively
; enable the profiler, please set xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger to 1
; **instead** of using this setting.
;
;
;xdebug.profiler_enable = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to 1, you can trigger the generation of profiler
; files by using the XDEBUG_PROFILE GET/POST parameter, or set a cookie with the
; name XDEBUG_PROFILE. This will then write the profiler data to defined
; directory. In order to prevent the profiler to generate profile files for each
; request, you need to set xdebug.profiler_enable to 0.
;
;
;xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.profiler_output_dir
;
; Type: string, Default value: /tmp
;
; The directory where the profiler output will be written to, make sure that the
; user who the PHP will be running as has write permissions to that directory.
; This setting can not be set in your script with ini_set().
;
;
;xdebug.profiler_output_dir = /tmp

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.profiler_output_name
;
; Type: string, Default value: cachegrind.out.%p
;
; This setting determines the name of the file that is used to dump traces into.
; The setting specifies the format with format specifiers, very similar to
; sprintf() and strftime(). There are several format specifiers that can be used
; to format the file name.
;
; See the xdebug.trace_output_name documentation for the supported specifiers.
;
;
;xdebug.profiler_output_name = cachegrind.out.%p

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_autostart
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; Normally you need to use a specific HTTP GET/POST variable to start remote
; debugging (see Remote Debugging). When this setting is set to 1, Xdebug will
; always attempt to start a remote debugging session and try to connect to a
; client, even if the GET/POST/COOKIE variable was not present.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_autostart = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_connect_back
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.1
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; If enabled, the xdebug.remote_host setting is ignored and Xdebug will try to
; connect to the client that made the HTTP request. It checks the
; $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] variable to find out which IP address to use. Please
; note that there is **no** filter available, and anybody who can connect to the
; webserver will then be able to start a debugging session, even if their
; address does not match xdebug.remote_host.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_connect_back = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_cookie_expire_time
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.1
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 3600
;
; This setting can be used to increase (or decrease) the time that the remote
; debugging session stays alive via the session cookie.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_cookie_expire_time = 3600

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_enable
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; This switch controls whether Xdebug should try to contact a debug client which
; is listening on the host and port as set with the settings xdebug.remote_host
; and xdebug.remote_port. If a connection can not be established the script will
; just continue as if this setting was 0.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_enable = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_handler
;
; Type: string, Default value: dbgp
;
; Can be either 'php3' which selects the old PHP 3 style debugger [1] output,
; 'gdb' which enables the GDB like debugger interface or 'dbgp' - the debugger
; protocol [2]. The DBGp protocol is the only supported protocol.
;
; [1] http://www.php.net/manual/en/debugger.php
; [2] http://xdebug.org/docs-dbgp.php
;
; **Note**: Xdebug 2.1 and later only support 'dbgp' as protocol.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_handler = dbgp

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_host
;
; Type: string, Default value: localhost
;
; Selects the host where the debug client is running, you can either use a host
; name or an IP address. This setting is ignored if xdebug.remote_connect_back
; is enabled.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_host = localhost

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_log
;
; Type: string, Default value: 
;
; If set to a value, it is used as filename to a file to which all remote
; debugger communications are logged. The file is always opened in append-mode,
; and will therefore not be overwritten by default. There is no concurrency
; protection available. The format of the file looks something like:
;
;     Log opened at 2007-05-27 14:28:15
;     -> <init xmlns="urn:debugger_protocol_v1" xmlns:xdebug="http://xdebug.org/dbgp/x ... ight></init>
;
;     <- step_into -i 1
;     -> <response xmlns="urn:debugger_protocol_v1" xmlns:xdebug="http://xdebug.org/db ... ></response>
;
;
;xdebug.remote_log = 

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_mode
;
; Type: string, Default value: req
;
; Selects when a debug connection is initiated. This setting can have two
; different values:
;
; req
;     Xdebug will try to connect to the debug client as soon as the script
;     starts.
;
; jit
;     Xdebug will only try to connect to the debug client as soon as an error
;     condition occurs.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_mode = req

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.remote_port
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 9000
;
; The port to which Xdebug tries to connect on the remote host. Port 9000 is the
; default for both the client and the bundled debugclient. As many clients use
; this port number, it is best to leave this setting unchanged.
;
;
;xdebug.remote_port = 9000

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.scream
;
; Only in Xdebug versions >= 2.1
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; If this setting is 1, then Xdebug will disable the @ (shut-up) operator so
; that notices, warnings and errors are no longer hidden.
;
;
;xdebug.scream = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.show_exception_trace
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to 1, Xdebug will show a stack trace whenever an
; exception is raised - even if this exception is actually caught.
;
;
;xdebug.show_exception_trace = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.show_local_vars
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to something != 0 Xdebug's generated stack dumps in
; error situations will also show all variables in the top-most scope. Beware
; that this might generate a lot of information, and is therefore turned off by
; default.
;
;
;xdebug.show_local_vars = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.show_mem_delta
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to something != 0 Xdebug's human-readable generated
; trace files will show the difference in memory usage between function calls.
; If Xdebug is configured to generate computer-readable trace files then they
; will always show this information.
;
;
;xdebug.show_mem_delta = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.trace_enable_trigger
;
; Only in Xdebug versions > 2.2
;
; Type: boolean, Default value: 0
;
; When this setting is set to 1, you can trigger the generation of trace files
; by using the XDEBUG_TRACE GET/POST parameter, or set a cookie with the name
; XDEBUG_TRACE. This will then write the trace data to defined directory. In
; order to prevent Xdebug to generate trace files for each request, you need to
; set xdebug.auto_trace to 0.
;
;
;xdebug.trace_enable_trigger = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.trace_format
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; The format of the trace file.
;
; =====  ==============================================================================
; Value  Description
; =====  ==============================================================================
; 0      shows a human readable indented trace file with:
;
;        *time index*, *memory usage*, *memory delta* (if the setting
;        xdebug.show_mem_delta is enabled), *level*, *function name*, *function
;        parameters* (if the setting xdebug.collect_params is enabled), *filename* and
;        *line number*.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 1      writes a computer readable format which has two different records. There are
;        different records for entering a stack frame, and leaving a stack frame. The
;        table below lists the fields in each type of record. Fields are tab separated.
; -----  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 2      writes a trace formatted in (simple) HTML.
; =====  ==============================================================================
;
; Fields for the computerized format:
;
; ===========  =====  ===========  ===========  ==========  ============  =============  ===========================================  ================================  ========  ===========  =================  =============================================================
; Record type  1      2            3            4           5             6              7                                            8                                 9         10           11                 12 - ...
; ===========  =====  ===========  ===========  ==========  ============  =============  ===========================================  ================================  ========  ===========  =================  =============================================================
; Entry        level  function #  always '0'  time index  memory usage  function name  user-defined (1) or internal function (0)  name of the include/require file  filename  line number  no. of parameters  parameters (as many as specified in field 11) - tab separated
; -----------  -----  -----------  -----------  ----------  ------------  -------------  -------------------------------------------  --------------------------------  --------  -----------  -----------------  -------------------------------------------------------------
; Exit         level  function #  always '1'  time index  memory usage  empty
; -----------  -----  -----------  -----------  ----------  ------------  -------------  -------------------------------------------  --------------------------------  --------  -----------  -----------------  -------------------------------------------------------------
; Return       level  function #  always 'R'  empty       return value  empty
; ===========  =====  ===========  ===========  ==========  ============  =============  ===========================================  ================================  ========  ===========  =================  =============================================================
;
; See the introduction of Function Traces for a few examples.
;
;
;xdebug.trace_format = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.trace_options
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 0
;
; When set to '1' the trace files will be appended to, instead of being
; overwritten in subsequent requests.
;
;
;xdebug.trace_options = 0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.trace_output_dir
;
; Type: string, Default value: /tmp
;
; The directory where the tracing files will be written to, make sure that the
; user who the PHP will be running as has write permissions to that directory.
;
;
;xdebug.trace_output_dir = /tmp

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.trace_output_name
;
; Type: string, Default value: trace.%c
;
; This setting determines the name of the file that is used to dump traces into.
; The setting specifies the format with format specifiers, very similar to
; sprintf() and strftime(). There are several format specifiers that can be used
; to format the file name. The '.xt' extension is always added automatically.
;
; The possible format specifiers are:
;
; =========  ======================================  =================  ====================================================
; Specifier  Meaning                                 Example Format     Example Filename
; =========  ======================================  =================  ====================================================
; %c         crc32 of the current working directory  trace.%c           trace.1258863198.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %p         pid                                     trace.%p           trace.5174.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %r         random number                           trace.%r           trace.072db0.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %s         script name 2                           cachegrind.out.%s  cachegrind.out._home_httpd_html_test_xdebug_test_php
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %t         timestamp (seconds)                     trace.%t           trace.1179434742.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %u         timestamp (microseconds)                trace.%u           trace.1179434749_642382.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %H         $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']                   trace.%H           trace.kossu.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %R         $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']                 trace.%R           trace._test_xdebug_test_php_var=1_var2=2.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %U         $_SERVER['UNIQUE_ID']                   trace.%U           trace.TRX4n38AAAEAAB9gBFkAAAAB.xt
;
;            3
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %S         session_id (from $_COOKIE if set)       trace.%S           trace.c70c1ec2375af58f74b390bbdd2a679d.xt
; ---------  --------------------------------------  -----------------  ----------------------------------------------------
; %%         literal %                               trace.%%           trace.%%.xt
; =========  ======================================  =================  ====================================================
;
; 2 This one is not available for trace file names.
;
; 3 New in version 2.2. This one is set by Apache's mod_unique_id module [1]
;
; [1] http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/en/mod/mod_unique_id.html
;
;
;xdebug.trace_output_name = trace.%c

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.var_display_max_children
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 128
;
; Controls the amount of array children and object's properties are shown when
; variables are displayed with either xdebug_var_dump(), xdebug.show_local_vars
; or through Function Traces.
;
; To disable any limitation, use *-1* as value.
;
; This setting does not have any influence on the number of children that is
; send to the client through the Remote Debugging feature.
;
;
;xdebug.var_display_max_children = 128

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.var_display_max_data
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 512
;
; Controls the maximum string length that is shown when variables are displayed
; with either xdebug_var_dump(), xdebug.show_local_vars or through Function
; Traces.
;
; To disable any limitation, use *-1* as value.
;
; This setting does not have any influence on the number of children that is
; send to the client through the Remote Debugging feature.
;
;
;xdebug.var_display_max_data = 512

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; xdebug.var_display_max_depth
;
; Type: integer, Default value: 3
;
; Controls how many nested levels of array elements and object properties are
; when variables are displayed with either xdebug_var_dump(),
; xdebug.show_local_vars or through Function Traces.
;
; The maximum value you can select is 1023. You can also use *-1* as value to
; select this maximum number.
;
; This setting does not have any influence on the number of children that is
; send to the client through the Remote Debugging feature.
;
;
;xdebug.var_display_max_depth = 3