In this monthly update I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past two months. These are normally published on the first Tuesday on or after the 5th of each month.
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In the last month, I spend around 15 hours on Xdebug, with 25 hours funded. This is much less than I wanted, but instead I have been busy implementing features for PHP.
I have been keeping up with changes in PHP 8.3’s development, and had to adjust some tests as PHP has changed a few things, making my expected results incorrect.
I also fixed a number of crash bugs, resulting in the release of Xdebug 3.2.2 early in the month.
Now PHP 8.3 has its first beta release, it is soon time to make an alpha release of Xdebug so that it can be installed through PECL, instead of by having to checkout the Git repository by hand.
Over the next few months I will continue to work on the features and issues on the 3.3 roadmap, without any guarantees these tickets will be implemented.
If you have comments, suggestions, or if your company wants to help fund features, please reach out, or leave comments on the document.
I have published no new videos in the last few months.
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In the last few months, no new business supporters signed up.
Some of the supporters that I reached out to, have supplied their logos, making the front page less bland.
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Packages start at £49/month, and I have recently introduced a package for larger companies. This has a larger initial set of tokens, and discounted extra tokens.
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