[webkit-dev] webkit test suite help
smmehadi at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 02:29:01 PST 2008
Thanks... i tried to execute the command: WebKitTools/Scripts/run-webkit-tests
but it gave an error "Unknown option: gtk" and than showed usage options of
any more clue on what needs to be done to execute webkit test suite on linux
(to be specific its Ubuntu 6.0.6).
PS:I don't find much info on runing webkit test suites on net for linux
(though its there for win and mac).
On Jan 12, 2008 3:47 PM, Mark Rowe <mrowe at apple.com> wrote:
> On 12/01/2008, at 21:12, Mark Rowe wrote:
> > On 12/01/2008, at 20:51, syed mehdi wrote:
> >> Hi Guys,
> >> I was trying to execute the webkit test suite after i received a
> >> webkit build which have some local changes in it. I am working on
> >> linux (ubuntu 6.0.6).
> >> While executing the test suite using "WebKitTools/Scripts/run-
> >> webkit-tests" i got an error that "WARNING: Your platform is not
> >> recognized.....". Than i made a few changes in run-webkit-tests
> >> perl script and defined the value of $platform to gtk, qt and gcc
> >> (one by one), but all got failed with message as "Compiling
> >> DumpRenderTree failed!".
> > You shouldn't need to make any changes to run the layout tests for
> > the Gtk port. Running "./WebKitTools/Scripts/run-webkit-tests --
> > gtk" is sufficient. As far as I'm aware, I'm the only one that has
> > run the layout tests for Gtk. Many of the tests do not have the
> > required platform-specific results so you will get many tests
> > "passing" with messages like:
> > css1/basic/class_as_selector.html -> new (results generated in
> > LayoutTests/css1/basic)
> > Other tests will fail, and some may crash or hang. DumpRenderTree
> > for Gtk has been fleshed out enough that it makes it around half way
> > through the tests before hanging. I've not investigated the current
> > point at which it hangs -- it may be due to a bug in the Gtk port of
> > WebKit, or missing functionality in the Gtk version of DumpRenderTree.
> And I should say that improving DumpRenderTree for Gtk would be a
> great way to contribute. In it's incomplete state it has already
> helped catch several regressions in network loading behaviour.
> Patches for any improvements are welcome!
> - Mark
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