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Error: Maximum function nesting level of '100' reached, aborting!

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I've just installed processwire on my localhost and I'm seeing this error on my users page.

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Error: Maximum function nesting level of '100' reached, aborting! (line 56 of C:\wamp\www\processwire-blank\wire\core\PagesLoaderCache.php) 

This error message was shown because: you are logged in as a Superuser. Error has been logged.

How do I fix this?

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You can probably find enough on xdebug with Google. It's a debugger/profiler for PHP and not unique to ProcessWire.

Reading this thread will give enough info i guess. If you don't use xdebug you can turn it off altogether or adjust the setting LostKobrakai mentioned in php.ini

 

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I couldn't find the  max_nesting setting in php.ini but I disabled xdebug and now it works. Thank you.

There should be a way to mark threads as solved.

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5 hours ago, desbest said:

I'm new to processwire. What is xdebug and how do I do it?

New? You joined the community in Oct. 2013

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Why would I lie? I haven't used it properly other than try out the demo in 2013. I don't know how to create a tag and category taxonomy or create a template. I know virtually nothing about processwire as I have never used it for a website and I have never tried to create a processwire website.

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I think it was just an observation, no offence there ;)

It is good to see you trying again to build something with this piece of software.

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