[webkit-dev] Standard process for exporting new WPT tests?
youennf at gmail.com
Wed May 23 07:37:55 PDT 2018
I think WebKitten should be able to choose between 1 and 2 on a per patch
In both cases, Tools/Script/export-w3c-test-changes can be used to help
upstreaming to WPT.
The WPT exporter can push the changes to a branch in a GitHub WPT clone.
It can also create the WPT PR on behalf of the WebKitten.
As requested by some folks, integration of WPT exporter with webkit-patch
is on its way (https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=184914)
Any WPT PR that is reviewed downstream in WebKit can be merged without
further WPT review.
At the moment, given the WPT infra and the way we currently create WebKit
PR, not every WebKitten is allowed to merge such PRs directly.
Please cc/ping me in such a case.
Le mer. 23 mai 2018 à 02:41, Frédéric Wang <fwang at igalia.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> When implementing new platform features in WebKit, some of us write new
> WPT tests in order to verify spec conformance. One of the reason to use
> this format is that the tests can then be easily shared with web engine
> developers and people involved in standardization, an important feature
> for web platform developers.
> Youenn has shared various ideas to export such WPT tests to the W3C
> GitHub repository in the past    but I'm not sure the WebKit
> community has reached an agreement.
> There are basically two ways to proceed:
> 1) Either submit WPT tests to GitHub (or Mozilla / Chromium) repository,
> get them reviewed and do the import within the patch that implements the
> feature in WebKit.
> 2) Or submit the patch with new WPT tests to WebKit, get it reviewed and
> export it to GitHub (later sync with Mozilla / Chromium).
> The first option has the advantage to get more people involved in test
> review, which sometimes gives faster replies or useful advice from
> people who more familiar with the spec. However, the second option has
> the advantage of not splitting the coding & testing parts and is better
> for the WebKit implementers and reviewers. That latter option also
> aligns with what Mozilla and Chromium developers do.
> Can we please agree on a way to proceed? And add documentation somewhere
> for developers/reviewers?
>  https://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-dev/2017-March/028884.html
>  https://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-dev/2017-April/028932.html
> Frédéric Wang - frederic-wang.fr
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> webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
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