[webkit-efl] Updating the layout test baselines to match Ubuntu 11.10's output

Raphael Kubo da Costa kubo at profusion.mobi
Tue Jan 31 09:28:48 PST 2012

Gyuyoung Kim <gyuyoung.kim at samsung.com> writes:

>>> DumpRenderTree and the layout tests bring no additional dependencies, as
>>> they are built with the rest of the port, so I don't think I understood
>>> what you meant here.
> As you know, we have to install apache package to test http tests. In
> addition, I installed more packages you let me know our private layout
> test document.

Right, one needs to have a web server and some other dependencies for
all the tests to pass.

GTK's list should be close enough to ours (we don't need xvfb, for

>>> My original question still stands: are we OK with defining Ubuntu 11.10
>>> instead of Ubuntu 11.04 as the base platform to generate the test
>>> baseline images (and for running the tests)? I am asking this because
>>> the images are very likely to vary from distro to distro (and from
>>> version to version) due to the way dependencies such as cairo or
>>> fontconfig are compiled and the versions which are used.
> Personally, I 'm using Ubuntu 11.04 now.

Do you mean you have manually built nettle, GnuTLS, glib,
glib-networking, libsoup from git and/or recent tarballs to keep things

> I wonder if other ports's layout test are optimized for Ubuntu
> 11.10. Do you know ?

I don't, but I don't think that matters. Could you elaborate?

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Raphael Kubo da Costa
ProFUSION embedded systems

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