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So, you convinced me because We are in similar situation, a life without VisualStudio IDE is tough.
Just installed netbeans
what to do next?
a) New Project?
3 optons, which one?
How do you get to Run configuration, sorry, first time using netbean, any relevant link for silverstripe netbean user?
this for the new project...
(it is really as easy as selecting the c wamp www *sitefolder*, then finish)
this to ensure the debug is setup correctly... it is has a wizard to cut & paste your phpinfo to and it recommends the line (*)... then add the other stuff (as it prompts you to in netbeans)
zend_extension = c:\wamp\bin\php\php5.3.0\ext\php_xdebug-2.1.0-5.3-vc6.dll*
Just read that again, the option I choose is (2) PHP app with existing sources - because this is local - I haven't ventured into using this for remote sites yet - just wamp server locally
Xdebug installed: Only as PHP extension!
Warning: You seem to have Xdebug loaded as a normal PHP extension only. This will cause odd issues
Do you have similar warning??
hmmm I think one of our developers may have mentioned that (when I *cough* suggested netbeans) but it certainly didn't stop the debugging working effortlessly...
I saw silverstripe API suggestion!!!!!!!!!! Exactly as what you have said.
Wow, thank you. Have a nice weekend.