What does it do?

kreXX will either be called from the fluid template:

<!-- Normal frontend output -->
<!-- Force the logging into a file -->

Or from within the PHP source code:


Key features:

  • Dumping of protected properties

  • Dumping of private properties

  • Dumping of traversable data

  • Dumping of getter method data

  • Dumping of class metadata like interfaces, traits, class comments, inheritance.

  • Configurable debug callbacks, which will be called on objects (if present). The output will then be dumped.

  • Analysis of the methods of objects (comments, where declared, parameters). Comment dumping supports {@inheritdoc}.

  • Output is draggable and has a closing button.

  • All features can be globally configured with a backend editor.

  • Most features can be configured locally in the browser. The settings will be stored in a cookie.

  • Configurable local opening function, to prevent other developers from calling your debug commands.

  • IP mask to allow only some IPs (or IP ranges) to trigger kreXX.

  • Output can be saved to an output folder. Very useful in m2m communication or ajax.

  • Backend access to the logfiles with a file dispatcher.

  • Frontend access to the logfiles with the 9.5'er Admin Panel.

  • Several safety measures to prevent prevent hangups with too large memory usage or a timeout.

  • Benchmarking

  • Fatal error handler with a full backtrace (PHP5 only).

  • Exception handler with a full backtrace.

  • Code generation to reach the displayed values, if possible.

  • Debugger for the magical methods and properties of the Aimeos shop system.

  • Debugger for Fluid

  • Advanced analysing of error objects

  • Analysis of JSON and XML strings

Analysis of an extbase query result

Analysis of an extbase query result