[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14740] Hierarchical layout tests and platform organization

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Mon Jul 30 19:41:42 PDT 2007


pewtermoose at gmail.com changed:

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------- Comment #4 from pewtermoose at gmail.com  2007-07-30 19:41 PDT -------
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wip v2

> +my $platform;
> I think it would be good to define $platform to its default setting before
> parsing the options. Then you can show the default in the usage output.

Done - though I feel dirty the way I did this (but maybe that's just me).

> +my $platformTestDirectory = $testDirectory . "/platform/";
> It would be nice to use File::Spec->catdir() instead of building up these paths
> manually.
> +} elsif (isTiger()) {
> +    $platformTestDirectory .= "mac-leopard";
> +} elsif (isLeopard()) {
> +    $platformTestDirectory .= "mac";
> I think these are reversed.

Done and done.

I'm sure there are nitpicks left in here which is why I'm not putting it up for
review.  Another reason is that platform specific tests do not use the
resources of lower levels if applicable. So say you had a
platform/mac-leopard/css1/basic test that relied on one of the resources in the
css1/resources folder - that platform-specific test would require it's own copy
of those resources in platform/mac-leopard/css1/resources - is that an issue
and if so, how big?

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