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  1. Hi there, I'm a newbie and I'm trying to learn more about Processwire so I've setup XDebug + PHPStorm to get some real time debugging happening. I've noticed that no matter where i put a breakpoint in any of my php modules, it seems to return the following error. Error: __debuginfo() must return an array (line 55 of /Users/FrancisChung/site/Test/templates/head.inc) This error message was shown because you are logged in as a Superuser. Error has been logged. I was wondering if fellow Processwire users have a similar setup, and was successful in getting debugging going. I've also read this forum post: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/1611-yes-debugging-templates-and-core-code-works/ I'm also aware there's an issue with XDebug and Processwire: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire/issues/1316
  2. Hello, Here's what I'm trying to achieve : I have a textarea field that is frontend editable on any page I want to. If a user with a specific role updates it, I want to tick a checkbox field on the parent page where the textarea resides. So I tried to hook as follows in my ready.php file : $this->addHookBefore('Fieldtype::savePageField', function(HookEvent $event) { $page = $event->argument[0]; $field = $event->argument[1]; if($this->user->hasRole('teacher')) { $page->alertBox = 1; } // DEBUG HERE (bd($page), l($field)... ???? }); Of course (!) it doesn't work (yet !) but the thing is I have no idea how to debug this since my bd() never triggers. I've tried the 'Event interceptor' of Tracy debugger which helped me setting up my hook. I guess my $page and $field are correct... but how could I go any further ? The road is long to become a dev (when you're not one 🙂 )... For further information in case someone wonders : I'd like to set up a textarea that is modified by a user (having a 'player' role, ie 'student'). When front-end modified, I wish it would automatically alert me (the teacher) by ticking a box. So when I log in with my teacher role, I get a list of all textareas I have to read over. When I read/correct/update them (front-end), I would like my hook to automatically untick the box to remove it from my list. In other words, the 'textarea' status should go back and forth according to who modified it last. For the time being, I have managed to make it work with a checkbox that the user has to manually tick/untick, but I've noticed many kids forget to tick the box so they edit their text and I don't get a notice 😞 Thanks if anyone takes time to try and help me on that one !
  3. I recently found while doing work on Laravel a nice tool called Var Dumpling that will convert all var_dumps to nicely formatted blocks of text with a structure, making it a lot easier do debug var_dumps. It's available on Chrome and Firerox, you can see what it looks like on their page http://vardumpling.com/ Hope some of you find it interesting!
  4. Is there a way to do a var_dump() in PW without getting a massive incomprehensible array returned? The amount of data that's inside the object is so extensive that it often crashes the browser. Is there a wrapper function that's just for debugging?
  5. Hi there, The title just about says it all! I wondered whether anyone has been able to achieve this? I've been trying all day to configure PHPStorm but no luck far Thanks --Gary
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