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I'm working on a template and I'm using kpr() from devel to look at the values defined in $variables. One of them is the node in question, and what gets displayed is a big infinity sign indicating recursion.

Is there any way to get around this to have a look at what data I actually have available in the node object?

What is it in the node that creates the recursion?

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You cannot get around this in the sense that kpr($variables) will always display this unless you hack the implementation of krumo (the library that kpr uses).

Use

kpr($variables['node'])

to display the node instead.

Also, the node page has a devel tab that does exactly this.

  • In the devel tab you also have the option to see the "load" and "render" sub-tabs. The load sub-tab is like dpm($variables['node']); and the render sub-tab is like dpm($variables); – wranvaud Apr 5 '15 at 0:33

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