[webkit-qt] Does QtWebKit API tests need attention?

Benjamin Poulain benjamin.poulain at nokia.com
Wed Jun 1 03:11:03 PDT 2011

On 06/01/2011 09:46 AM, ext Zoltan Horvath wrote:
> Currently, we are running qtwebkit-tests on our bots, but does it make
> sense to run these?
> Now, 203 are passed, 6 are failed, 2 are skipped. Is this acceptable?
> It keeps our bot always orange. I don't think that it is a good message
> that we have API regressions.
> It would be really nice if someone from Nokia side could make time to
> take care API-tests (if these are important of course).
> Any thoughts and/or volunteers?

They are important.
The problem is we are currently understaffed due to an internal Nokia 
project taking lots of engineers.

I suggest to add "expected failure" exceptions for the failing tests. 
And create a P1 tasks for each one.

Failing API tests are particularly dangerous for releases. It is one of 
the focus of QtWebKit 2.2. Anyone is welcome to help on this problem.


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