[webkit-dev] Questions about expected test results
skukkonen at xfsi.com
Wed Feb 25 12:12:14 PST 2009
OK, thanks. I'll ignore the failures for now and I can also use GTK as
my reference build since it seems to pass almost all of the layout
If I actually end up working on a new port then I wouldn't mind working
on the test infrastructure if it needs help. My motto is "If it's not
tested, it doesn't exist."
From: Adam Treat [mailto:treat at kde.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 2:13 PM
To: webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
Cc: Sami Kukkonen
Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] Questions about expected test results
On Wednesday 25 February 2009 1:41:50 pm Sami Kukkonen wrote:
> Being new to WebKit this is confusing so I have a couple of questions:
> 1. Why doesn't trunk-qt-linux-release run layout tests? Is it known
> and expected that hundreds of them will fail?
The buildbot for the QtWebKit port does not currently execute layout
This is a known issue and is being worked on. Torch Mobile plans on
new buildbot for the QtWebKit port that will have the layout tests
It is known that lots of tests do not currently pass. That is a result
some bitrot in the implementation of DRT for the Qt port, but it is
worked on. Lots of the failures are a result of problems with DRT
the Qt port itself.
> 2. Why does trunk-qt-linux-release report jscore-test as passed
> when results file contains 50 failures?
Again, the current Qt buildbot has issues, but a plan is in place to fix
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