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Add debugbar config

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Les De Ridder 3 years ago
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<?php
return [
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Debugbar Settings
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Debugbar is enabled by default, when debug is set to true in app.php.
| You can override the value by setting enable to true or false instead of null.
|
| You can provide an array of URI's that must be ignored (eg. 'api/*')
|
*/
'enabled' => env('DEBUGBAR_ENABLED', null),
'except' => [
//
],
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Storage settings
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| DebugBar stores data for session/ajax requests.
| You can disable this, so the debugbar stores data in headers/session,
| but this can cause problems with large data collectors.
| By default, file storage (in the storage folder) is used. Redis and PDO
| can also be used. For PDO, run the package migrations first.
|
*/
'storage' => [
'enabled' => true,
'driver' => 'file', // redis, file, pdo, custom
'path' => storage_path('debugbar'), // For file driver
'connection' => null, // Leave null for default connection (Redis/PDO)
'provider' => '' // Instance of StorageInterface for custom driver
],
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Vendors
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Vendor files are included by default, but can be set to false.
| This can also be set to 'js' or 'css', to only include javascript or css vendor files.
| Vendor files are for css: font-awesome (including fonts) and highlight.js (css files)
| and for js: jquery and and highlight.js
| So if you want syntax highlighting, set it to true.
| jQuery is set to not conflict with existing jQuery scripts.
|
*/
'include_vendors' => true,
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Capture Ajax Requests
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| The Debugbar can capture Ajax requests and display them. If you don't want this (ie. because of errors),
| you can use this option to disable sending the data through the headers.
|
| Optionally, you can also send ServerTiming headers on ajax requests for the Chrome DevTools.
*/
'capture_ajax' => true,
'add_ajax_timing' => false,
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Custom Error Handler for Deprecated warnings
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| When enabled, the Debugbar shows deprecated warnings for Symfony components
| in the Messages tab.
|
*/
'error_handler' => false,
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Clockwork integration
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| The Debugbar can emulate the Clockwork headers, so you can use the Chrome
| Extension, without the server-side code. It uses Debugbar collectors instead.
|
*/
'clockwork' => false,
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| DataCollectors
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Enable/disable DataCollectors
|
*/
'collectors' => [
'phpinfo' => true, // Php version
'messages' => true, // Messages
'time' => true, // Time Datalogger
'memory' => true, // Memory usage
'exceptions' => true, // Exception displayer
'log' => true, // Logs from Monolog (merged in messages if enabled)
'db' => true, // Show database (PDO) queries and bindings
'views' => true, // Views with their data
'route' => true, // Current route information
'auth' => false, // Display Laravel authentication status
'gate' => false, // Display Laravel Gate checks
'session' => true, // Display session data
'symfony_request' => true, // Only one can be enabled..
'mail' => false, // Catch mail messages
'laravel' => false, // Laravel version and environment
'events' => false, // All events fired
'default_request' => false, // Regular or special Symfony request logger
'logs' => true, // Add the latest log messages
'files' => false, // Show the included files
'config' => false, // Display config settings
'cache' => false, // Display cache events
],
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Extra options
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Configure some DataCollectors
|
*/
'options' => [
'auth' => [
'show_name' => true, // Also show the users name/email in the debugbar
],
'db' => [
'with_params' => true, // Render SQL with the parameters substituted
'backtrace' => true, // Use a backtrace to find the origin of the query in your files.
'timeline' => false, // Add the queries to the timeline
'explain' => [ // Show EXPLAIN output on queries
'enabled' => false,
'types' => ['SELECT'], // ['SELECT', 'INSERT', 'UPDATE', 'DELETE']; for MySQL 5.6.3+
],
'hints' => true, // Show hints for common mistakes
],
'mail' => [
'full_log' => false
],
'views' => [
'data' => false, //Note: Can slow down the application, because the data can be quite large..
],
'route' => [
'label' => true // show complete route on bar
],
'logs' => [
'file' => null
],
'cache' => [
'values' => true // collect cache values
],
],
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Inject Debugbar in Response
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Usually, the debugbar is added just before </body>, by listening to the
| Response after the App is done. If you disable this, you have to add them
| in your template yourself. See http://phpdebugbar.com/docs/rendering.html
|
*/
'inject' => true,
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| DebugBar route prefix
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Sometimes you want to set route prefix to be used by DebugBar to load
| its resources from. Usually the need comes from misconfigured web server or
| from trying to overcome bugs like this: http://trac.nginx.org/nginx/ticket/97
|
*/
'route_prefix' => '_debugbar',
/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| DebugBar route domain
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| By default DebugBar route served from the same domain that request served.
| To override default domain, specify it as a non-empty value.
*/
'route_domain' => null,
];
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