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Getting Zend Debugger Working on a Macbook Pro

Posted on 28 August 2006 by Demian Turner

Okay, there is some considerable hacking involved to get this working, and the solution is only a workaround until "sometime before the end of 2006", which was quoted to me by Zend as the time they expect to get the Zend debugger working for the mactel platform. No rush there guys.

Here’s the steps I took:

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Håvard Eide Says:

    I had to do the same thing ( http://phpvolcano.com/blog/index.php?/archives/259-New-MacBook.html ) to get debugging to work on my MacBook. Hopefully this issue will be resolved very soon! Not that I really need it now that I’ve got my current setup, but it would be nice to have it nativ on the mac.

  2. Dan Gaul Says:

    Thanks for the post. I can’t believe that they haven’t bundled a working version compiled for Intel procs. I’m lucky enough to already have a dev SVN server with studio server installed, but I’d like to be able to take work home with my and not be tethered to the office’s debug server.

    I actually got a response from Zend saying a release would be soon. I submitted a ticket about a month or so ago and they told me to look for something in the next 2 months. I have my fingers crossed.

  3. Macbook Pro fan Says:

    I don’t usually reply to posts but I will in this case. I loved your take on things, not that I agree with everything you posted, but I did find it interesting to read. Cheers!

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