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This package can display global names and stack backtrace.
It can retrieve several details of usage of the current PHP script and displays them formatted in a readable way. Currently it can display:
- Information about the loaded classes and their functions
- Memory used by the current PHP script
- Assigned constants
- Defined functions
- Global variables
- Included scripts
- Backtrace of the current function calls and parameter values
|Sometimes PHP developers need to debug difficult cases in their code that are affected by the way that PHP sets global variables.
This package makes it easier to inspect and display all types of global variables that are set when a PHP script is executed.
This way, this package may help debugging a case in less time than it would take using more traditional debug methods.
Display global names and backtrace.
Dump the global namespace.
new Dump( [ 'all' | string method_name | array (method_names) ] [, boolean output_type] );
new Dump('displayFunctions', TRUE);
new Dump( ['displayMemory', 'backtrace'] );
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