[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 132350] AX: [PATCH] procedures for automated atk text and caret tests

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Thu May 1 07:09:10 PDT 2014


--- Comment #6 from Jarek Czekalski <jarekczek at poczta.onet.pl>  2014-05-01 07:09:31 PST ---
Sorry if I make a conceptual mistake again, but...

When we had webkit1, testatk.c did all atk (and spi2 in other words) tests, including caret-moved tests. It served whole webkit, including webkit2, by testing accessibility scenarios. Now that we don't have testatk.c, what takes its role of testing atk related issues? Shouldn't we simply port testatk.c to webkit2 and use it then as before?

Wording it differently: testatk.c (and other files from this directory) covered a set of tests, that were not covered by other tests in webkit. Do we want to drop this set?

If I don't make a mistake, it may be better to answer this on webkit-gtk.

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