abarth at webkit.org
Thu Sep 8 12:27:36 PDT 2011
2011/9/8 Darin Adler <darin at apple.com>:
> I find the bindings tests quite helpful. Because the perl script is so hard
> to read, it’s the changes in bindings script test results that I look at
> when reviewing changes to the bindings scripts. The fact that the results
> are checked in helps me review patches.
> It would be better to plug them in to the testing machinery in a better way.
> I don’t think contributors should have to learn how to run different types
> of commands.
Maybe we should teach run-webkit-tests how to run all the various
testing scripts? That way there's just one command to learn and run.
run-bindings-tests takes 3.6s on my machine, so I suspect the extra
time involved isn't noticeable.
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