[webkit-dev] Top 100 sites browsing tests proprosal

Ryosuke Niwa rniwa at webkit.org
Mon Apr 30 11:19:45 PDT 2012

On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 3:29 AM, Sergio Villar Senin <svillar at igalia.com>wrote:

> En 27/04/12 01:19, Ryosuke Niwa escribiu:
> > See my posts about archive.org-based performance tests. We can use the
> > same infrastructure to make sure WebKit doesn't crash :)
> Yeah that's great! I just forgot to replay to that thread :)
> > In fact... running top 100 websites as performance tests might just do
> > the trick because we'll catch any crashes (can't catch assertion
> > failures though :( ).
> Having performance tests will indeed catch the "obvious" crashes, but I
> was not specially concerned about them because our Layout tests would
> likely catch them first. I was mainly interested in assertions. Why not
> just use debug builds with the same cool infrastructure you're
> developing and call it top-100/assertion/whatever tests?

Possible but we'll likely need a separate bot for that. If you're
interested in this idea, please file a bug.

- Ryosuke
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