[webkit-help] where can i find the list of functionality covered by Layout Tests?
sravan.ken at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 03:27:50 PDT 2011
Layout tests have lots of beautifull options.
One out of them is to run a stand alone test. You can run it by just passing
the full path of the test as argument run-webkit-tests script. You can run
the test what ever you doubt about and see its results to find out what it
is doing. You can even run a category of tests just by passing directory
path to run-webkit-tests script.
running the tests individually is the best way to analyze what exactly they
are testing. So, please follow it and make a document for your self. And
once you are sure about your analysis, may be its not a bad idea to send it
across to webkit-help list. That way you would clarify your doubts more
clearly and would have helped the group a lot.
I am not working on webkit now to give u straight answers, but i can give
you generic ones like the once above :)
2011/9/14 PandaCanFly <zpc85 at 126.com>
> i am sorry for disturb you. But i forgot to cc to
> webkit-help at lists.webkit.org. Please ignore this message.
> At 2011-09-14 14:34:28,PandaCanFly <zpc85 at 126.com> wrote:
> thanks for your reply!
> As you say, there are many subdirectories in LayoutTests DIR. Firstly, some
> of them i don't recognize. For example, "animations", "media". whether tests
> in each subdirectory cover a standard or not? How can I get these standard?
> Secondly, is there some recording concerning testing exist which had been
> finished by staff of webkit or someone else?
> At 2011-09-14 11:38:58,"SravanKumar Sandela" <sravan.ken at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you have successfully ran Layout tests, you should also have known that
> they are almost around 21K in number. These tests cover functionality of
> allmost every single HTML element existing in the spec and CSS Properties
> too(by verifying their layout).
> For clear understanding of what aspects they cover, take a look at the
> directory name and Test case name. Analyzing every test case names will be a
> laborius task, so go with directory names. You will understand them much
> better if you know HTML Tags and CSS Specifications.
> 2011/9/14 张鹏超 <zpc85 at 126.com>
>> Hi, all.
>> I have been learning the testing frame of webkit and succsussfully
>> documents recently.
>> Then I tried to find out the functionality covered by test cases, but
>> I could't get any useful information of Layout test. For example,
>> specified in the documents. But what about layout tests? I searched all the
>> douments on webkit.org but no anwser was given, then I checked all the
>> log file under the LayoutTests folder, following was the first log:
>> 2005-09-30 Eric Seidel <eseidel at apple.com>
>> Reviewed by xenon.
>> Moved WebCore/layout-tests to LayoutTests
>> But it still didn't help. Does anyone have the same question with
>> me? And Dose anyone can help?
>> webkit-help mailing list
>> webkit-help at lists.webkit.org
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