[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 166431] [GTK] Crash in gdk_wayland_drag_context_manage_dnd

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Wed Jan 11 16:54:42 PST 2017


--- Comment #5 from Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez <clopez at igalia.com> ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> (In reply to comment #3)
> > (In reply to comment #2)
> > > (In reply to comment #1)
> > > > Is drag-and-drop working for wayland?
> > > 
> > > In general, yes it is. I'm sure we used to have a bug where it would just
> > > crash, but seems to work generally now. So it's good that we have layout
> > > tests that can reproduce drag-and-drop issues that might otherwise be
> > > non-obvious.
> > 
> > Can you reproduce the crashes on those tests by running them with
> > --display-server=wayland and without using the internal jhbuild?
> Hm, I'm not sure I want to try figuring out how to run layout tests outside
> the internal jhbuild. I tried this:
> $ jhbuild run run-webkit-tests --gtk
> --build-directory=/home/mcatanzaro/Projects/WebKit/WebKitBuild/GNOME
> editing/pasteboard
> ('jhbuild run' is necessary because I always build WebKit inside my GNOME
> JHBuild environment.)
> I got this error:
> WebKitTestRunner was not found at
> /home/mcatanzaro/Projects/WebKit/WebKitBuild/GNOME/Release/bin/
> WebKitTestRunner
> The problem is that it appended /Release to the build directory. I need it
> to not do that. :/

I do the following: 

#1 Rename your current build dir to restore it later:
$ mv WebKitBuild WebKitBuild.back

#2 Build webkit without support for media-stream because it requires openwebrtc that is not shipped with your distro.
$ Tools/Scripts/build-webkit --gtk --release --cmakeargs='-DENABLE_MEDIA_STREAM=OFF'

#3 When it finish, run the layout tests as usual using the script Tools/Scripts/run-webkit-tests

#4 When you finish remove this WebKitBuild directory and rename back the previous one.

# Tip: using ccache helps a lot to have lower build times when doing things like this repeatedly.

> > The bot is running with gtk+ 3.16 and wayland/weston 1.8. I wonder if the
> > issue  is also reproducible on last fedora.
> Ah, good point. That's an eternity in Wayland years. ;) I don't think the
> results from our Wayland bot will be very useful until upgrade our JHBuild
> environment to GTK+ 3.22. I still insist on getting the bots green before we
> do that. I will try to work on this in April if nobody beats me to it.

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