[webkit-dev] page load test

Eric Seidel macdome at opendarwin.org
Mon Feb 5 16:33:40 PST 2007

The PLT is used by the WebKit SVG project as well, although as Darin  
says, it's a Safari feature and not a WebKit feature.


may be helpful to you.

Note that the svg.pltsuite is re-written by the script before being  
added into the Safari application bundle.


On Feb 5, 2007, at 1:58 PM, Nikhil Swamy wrote:

>>> However, I'd like to use it to benchmark a set of pages and  
>>> output load time statistics for each page individually. Is this  
>>> possible to do? Perhaps the "Suite mode" can help with this? If  
>>> so, could someone let me know how to use this mode?
>> You can make a file listing tests and giving it the ".pltsuite"  
>> extension, then put it in the Safari application's Contents/ 
>> Resources directory. This is not something you'd generally want to  
>> do because it requires modifying your local copy of Safari.
> Thanks for this tip---it's pretty close to the functionality that I  
> want. Just for reference, I found this page that describes pltsuite  
> in a bit more detail: http://rmrm.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/opendarwin- 
> cvs/projects/WebKit/www/quality/howto/plt.html,v
> -Nik
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