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Welcome to PHPDebugger

This is a rather simple debugging tool in that it only allows you to output
debugging strings and to read those strings semi-realtime.

To install and use this, follow these directions:

1) create the debug table in which ever database you're working on. Please
use the include debug.sql file as it will create the table just the way
its needed.

2) Include the debuginc.php file in which ever module(s) you are trying 
to debug. Once included you call OutputDebugString() with what ever 
information you want posted to the mysql database.

3) Run the debug/index.php page to see the strings pretty much as they are
written (about a 3 second delay which you can change).

That's all there is too it! If you need further support, I answer one question 
about phpDebugger for a $5 donation which you can make via the phpDebugger
download page.  For $20 I will answer unlimted questions about phpDebugger.

You can email me bug reports at any time. If I can duplicate it, I will 
fix it and post a new release ASAP. 

Here are the modules included with this release:
1) debug/index.php - main debug viewing page
2) debug/debuginc.php - contains the OutputDebugString() which you will use to 
write data to the database.
3) debug/debug_example.php - shows how to use these scripts.
4) debug/debugtest.php - tests to see if the debugger can read/write 
to the database.
5) debug/debug_view.php - called by index.php to display the contents of the
debug table in the index.php iframe space.
6) debug/debug_show_vars.php - displays the global variables and their contents
WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THIS SCRIPT. It's called from index.php and is very
useful for checking global variables to make sure you're pulling in the correct
info.
7) debugstyle.css - basic style sheet for the debug/index.php page. If you 
come up with a cool design, please share it!
8) debug.sql - the file to import into your database to create the debug table. 
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