[webkit-dev] Chromium layout test expectations coming today

Evan Martin evan at chromium.org
Fri Mar 19 10:26:13 PDT 2010

Before you commit it:

Would it make sense to stuff this data somewhere outside of the main
checkout, like we do in Chrome with the deps/ dir?
I know that's a departure from how the WebKit test results currently
work, but I also expect people are not going to be too happy about
XXXmb of not-useful-to-them data showing up in their checkouts.  (I
guess a step two of this proposal would be to move the other test
results alongside this new location.)

Technical details of this proposal are vague, but I wanted to get it
out there before you hit the commit button.  :)

On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 10:13 AM, Dimitri Glazkov <dglazkov at chromium.org> wrote:
> WebKit folks,
> We're finally ready to land our port's expected results in the WebKit
> tree. It's been a long journey, but we are now to the point where it
> no longer makes sense to keep Chromium expectations separate from the
> rest of the WebKit.
> It's a pretty large chunk of files, so please bear with us -- you may
> experience longer-than-expected checkout time for this commit.
> We are also actively working on porting test_shell (Chromium's test
> harness) to DumpRenderTree, to enable running the tests on WebKit
> waterfall.
> Until then, you can see test run results on WebKit canaries:
> http://build.chromium.org/buildbot/waterfall.fyi/waterfall?branch=&builder=Webkit+(webkit.org)&builder=Webkit+Linux+(webkit.org)&builder=Webkit+Mac+(webkit.org).
> :DG<
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