Need a HTTP proxy debugger

Posted on 2007-08-03
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
I code in PHP using Zend Studio in linux kubuntu.
I need something to capture all the variables passed through HTTP between pages in either GET or POST.
PHPED and Komodo (i used trial version) have a very good internal internal debuggers where they produce a graphical web page (not really important) and a detailed log of all traffic and variables comming in and out of browser (must have). I just have to set the browser's proxy to local address through preconfigured port.
However i do not like their text editing environment.
Zend has internal debugger but can in no way capture HTTP trafic.  It just outputs some html and exits.  They said ZendPlatform is a better debuggin environment, but i still see no way to capture vars between http requests.
I really need something to do http debugging.  Please either tell what can i use to do that or if i am missing something from ZendPlatform.
Question by:AlexanderR
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    Its pretty good. Thanks.

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