[webkit-efl] test_expectations.txt vs Skipped for EFL - Was Re: [webkit-dev] handling failing tests ...

Dominik Röttsches dominik.rottsches at linux.intel.com
Fri Apr 13 08:01:37 PDT 2012

On 04/13/2012 05:29 PM, Gyuyoung Kim wrote:
> Hello,
> >> EFL port currently has both, test_expectations.txt and Skipped.
> >> Skipped is more frequently updated and works as our reference. But 
> recently, I admit I moved some cases to test_expectations.txt after
> >> rebaselining.
> In my humble opinion, we need to go text_expectation.txt. As far as I 
> know, text_expectation.txt is to deal with unsupported test cases. 
> However, as you know, it is not easy to move from Skipped file to 
> text_expectation.txt due to the many unsupported test cases in Skipped 
> file. If we can use both Skipped file and test_expectation.txt for a 
> while, it is easy to move after reducing Skipped file as much as we can.

That sounds good to me.
Alright - for now, I am going to move the permanent failures we see on 
the bots into "SKIP" lines in test expectations.



Dominik Röttsches<dominik.rottsches at linux.intel.com>

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