[webkit-dev] Does anyone still use the TestFailures app?
ojan at chromium.org
Mon Nov 5 13:16:09 PST 2012
I agree. The question is what uses does TestFailures support that
garden-o-matic doesn't? I haven't used it much, so I don't have a sense of
what features garden-o-matic is missing.
The flakiness dashboard isn't really meant for figuring out what tests are
currently failing. But, if you have a specific test you want to quickly
lookup, you can append the test name to
It's been on my TODO list for a while to make it by default load a simpler
page that lets you just put in a test name instead of loading the data for
a random bot.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 12:52 PM, Simon Fraser <simon.fraser at apple.com>wrote:
> I use it from time to time, but I think we really need merge it with
> garden-o-matic; they do much of the same stuff.
> On Nov 5, 2012, at 12:21 PM, Dirk Pranke <dpranke at chromium.org> wrote:
> > http://build.webkit.org/TestFailures/
> > I think Adam Roben was working on this a year or so ago. It appears to
> > be broken at the moment (it's likely that I broke it, in fact), but
> > before I spend much time fixing it I thought I'd check.
> > I've never actually used it myself, so I'm not sure what all it was
> > supposed to do; it looks like it overlaps in functionality some with
> > the flakiness dashboard, but was probably written before the flakiness
> > dashboard worked with the build.webkit.org bots and everyone was
> > converted to using NRWT.
> > If anyone is still using it (or would if it was actually working) in
> > preference to the flakiness dashboard, can you let me know why?
> > Ideally I'd like to get rid of it and roll any good features it had
> > into the flakiness dashboard, but I'm happy to fix it and/or keep it
> > around if it does other things I'm not aware of or if people are still
> > using it.
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