ChromePHP setup for all your local sites02 May 2011
As you may kow you can output your PHP debugging into the Chrome console using ChromePHP. Hallelujah!
However, there is a 4k limit to the size of the output ChromePHP can return. Bugger. Therefore you need to use ChromePHP::useFile() in order to allow unlimited output. This works by outputting debugging content to somewhere on the filesystem and reading that output from a public URL such as
I didn’t want to have to setup Apache every time I start developing a new site locally, eg;
http://localdevsite1/chromephp http://localdevsite2/chromephp http://localdevsite3/chromephp etc... <br> So what you can do is simply add; `Alias /chromephp /tmp/chromephp` to your Apache config (say at `/etc/apache2/conf.d/vhosts.conf`) and for every domain that you host locally you'll be able to access `/tmp/chromephp` via the URL `http://somelocaldevsite12312/chromephp`
Now, if you’ve put the ChromePHP lib on your include path and added;
ChromePHP:useFile('/tmp/chromephp', '/chromephp'); to that lib or anywhere else in your code, ChromePHP will now work for every site and for any amount of debugging output.