Kint is a simple tool that presents the contents of a variable in a readable way. It's an alternative to var_dump() or scripts like Krumo.
You can find more information on the site of the original class.
Tested on 1.1.8. Should work on earlier versions.
'kint' => array( 'class' => 'ext.Kint.Kint', ),
Add it to your preload property (this is only for declaring the shortcut functions):
'preload' => array('log', 'kint'),
Note: You can still use the plugin without autoloading, but instead of using the shortcut functions, you have to use:
To dump a variable:
There is often a need to halt execution after dumping a particular variable:
dd($variable); // execution will stop after this statement; same as d($variable);die;
s($variable); // stands for "simple" // or, as before sd($variable); // this will halt execution after displaying data
There are also (currently two) modifiers:
+d($variable); // will dump variable information without limiting the depth /// and -d($variable); // will run ob_clean() beforehand, so this dump is at the top // of the page. Best used with dd().
The latter are possible because the class analyzes the PHP code itself where it was called from.
Last, but not least, you can output a pretty and readable backtrace: