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symfony/debug v4.4.44

Provides tools to ease debugging PHP code
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Package created
7 Apr 2013
Version published
28 Jul 2022
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via: symfony/debug@v4.4.44
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2 Packages, Including:
psr/log@3.0.0
symfony/debug@v4.4.44
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psr/log3.0.06.77 kBMIT
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does symfony/debug do?

Symfony/Debug is a powerful tool that aids in debugging PHP code. It provides a range of essential tools and functions that can make the debugging process smoother and more efficient. However, as of Symfony 4.4, this component has been deprecated and users are encouraged to use the ErrorHandler component instead.

How do you use symfony/debug?

You can start using Symfony/Debug by first installing it via Composer. This can be done using the command $ composer require symfony/debug. After it has been successfully installed, you need to enable Symfony/Debug in your PHP file. To do this, you simply need to add the following lines of code:

use Symfony\Component\Debug\Debug;
Debug::enable();

This will make all the debugging tools and functions of Symfony/Debug available in your PHP file.

Where are the symfony/debug docs?

The Symfony/Debug documentation can be found primarily on the Symfony website. Here, you will find a comprehensive guide on how to use Symfony/Debug, as well as how to contribute to its development. You can also report issues and send Pull Requests in the main Symfony repository.