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WordPress FirePHP Debugger

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WordPress FirePHP Debugger is a WordPress (mu-)plugin used to improve quality and comfort of development under WordPress. This plugin can replace a banch of plugins for wordpress developers and increase speed and efficiency of development process.

Debugging WordPress plugins and themes can be a real pain. Having tools for debugging is very helpful and even necessary. No more vardump() and echo while debugging. No more routine logs parsing. WordPress FirePHP Debugger take care of it, clean and easy. Typically, there are two main ways of debugging server-side code: you can utilize an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with a built-in debugger or log and perform your debugging processes in a web browser. This plugin shares an elegant, simple, and more maintainable way of debugging wordpress via the web browser (more specifically for the Mozilla Firefox browser).

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Features:

  • Very easy to install/uninstall (just copy/remove the files, no activation/deactivation)
  • Smart installation wizard
  • Sessions support for WordPress
  • Feature that can output phpinfo() data directly to Firebug console
  • High quality of FirePHP integration:
    • Automatic detection of FirePHP server library inside php include path or separated directory
    • Early loading of the debugger (before WordPress engine starts)
    • No modifications to WordPress core or configuration files
    • Automatic enabling/disabling of WordPress debug mode
  • Errors logger:
    • Handles all php fatal errors (no more blank pages and logs parsing)
    • Real time notifications
    • Logs WordPress deprecated functions and arguments
    • Handles all standart php errors and exceptions (including user defined)
    • Database errors handler (hides errors from browser output and shows them in Firebug console)
  • Safe debugging on live site
    • Restricted access for non authorized users
    • “Remember me” functionality for not logged in users
    • Debug information or php errors will not be shown to visitors even in Firebug console
  • Two ways to configure plugin: text configuration file or settings page inside WordPress admin area
  • Useful information blocks for developers:
    • SQL queries log
    • System information (WordPress and server environment)
    • PHP variables and constants
    • Registered WordPress Scripts and Styles
  • Experimental feature that stores FirePHP information between page redirections (only in case of using such native wordpress functions like wp_redirect() or wp_safe_redirect())
  • Experimental feature that allows to hide PHP errors from excluded plugins

Minimal Requirements

  • PHP 5.2.0+
  • Firefox Browser
  • Firebug Addon
  • FirePHP Addon
  • WordPress 2.8+

Changelog

UPDATE : 23/10/2012 – Version 1.3.4 r42

  • Bug Fixed (Minor): Unexpected behavior of “register_shutdown_function” on Win-platform.

UPDATE : 15/10/2012 – Version 1.3.3 r41

  • Bug Fixed (Minor): Error in handling WildFire headers between wordpress redirects.
  • Bug Fixed (Minor): Improved database error handler.

UPDATE : 03/09/2012 – Version 1.3.2 r40

  • Bug Fixed (Major): Error in manipulation of the outgoing headers caused problems during log in wordpress admin area.
  • Bug Fixed (Minor): Writing to the htaccess file in some rare cases could be finished with wrong results.
  • Redirection handler now optimized and compatible with «Plugins Filter» feature.

UPDATE : 31/08/2012 – Version 1.3.0 r36

  • Added experimental feature that allows to hide PHP errors from excluded plugins.
  • Translation updated.
  • Documentation updated.
  • Code optimization.
  • Added icon in wordpress menu.
  • Fixed a few minor bugs

UPDATE : 05/06/2012 – Version 1.2.0 r35

  • Added experimental feature that stores FirePHP information between page redirections (only in case of using such native wordpress functions like wp_redirect() or wp_safe_redirect())
  • Added “Wordpress Hooks” widget
  • Added additional information in header of “System Information” widget
  • Rows in “Registered WordPress Scripts And Styles” widget now sorted by names
  • Fixed a few minor bugs

UPDATE : 09/01/2012 – Version 1.1.0 r32

  • Enhanced “System Information” widget
  • Added a new feature “Registered WordPress Scripts And Styles”
  • Database errors handler (hides errors from browser output and shows them in Firebug console)
  • Full AJAX support (Now SQL queries and all others widgets works correctly during AJAX requests)
  • Added feature that can output phpinfo() data directly to Firebug console
  • Sessions support for WordPress
  • Autodetection of server environment during installation
  • Enhanced plugin API
  • Updated documentation

UPDATE : 25/12/2011 – Version 1.0.5

  • Enhanced compatibility with WP versions < 3.0
  • Fixed issues causing errors on PHP versions < 5.3

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Properties

Created:
24 December 11

Last Update:
N/A

High Resolution:
No

Compatible Browsers:
Firefox

Files Included:
JavaScript JS, HTML, CSS, PHP

Software Version:
WordPress 3.6, WordPress 3.5, WordPress 3.4, WordPress 3.3, WordPress 3.2, WordPress 3.1, WordPress 3.0

Keywords

eCommerce, eCommerce, All Items, database debug, debugging tools, development, errors, firebug, firefox, firephp, log, performance debug, sql, tuning, wordpress debugger