Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of WebKitEFLLayoutTest


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Apr 30, 2015 12:29:16 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
Gyuyoung Kim
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  • WebKitEFLLayoutTest

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    36 = Known issues =
    37 
    38 If all your tests are crashing, you might want to have a look at these two topics extensively discussed on the mailing list.
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    40 * If you use Ubuntu 13.04, you don't need to handle these tips.
    41  * [http://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-efl/2012-November/000433.html How to run layout tests with ATI and NVidia drivers]
    42  * [http://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-efl/2012-November/000434.html How to run layout tests with X server 1.13.0] (i.e. the X server shipped on Ubuntu 12.10)
    43 * When media tests take too long time, you need to check if pulseaudio is running as daemon. If pulseaudio daemon doesn't run, you may need to do below steps.
    44  * sudo gpasswd -a "buildbot-user" pulse-access
    45  * edit /etc/pulse/system.pa
    46   * load-module module-native-protocol-unix '''auth-anonymous=1'''
    47  * Try running pulseaudio in system mode
    48 
    4936= Debugging crashes =
    5037It is possible to run gdb directly on the !WebKitTestRunner binary to debug crashing tests:
     
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    7663Use PLUGIN_PROCESS_COMMAND_PREFIX in a similar manner for plugin process debugging (you may also have to use MOZ_PLUGIN_PATH to make sure the plugins you test are found).
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     65
     66= Known issues =
     67
     68If all your tests are crashing, you might want to have a look at these two topics extensively discussed on the mailing list.
     69
     70* If you use Ubuntu 13.04, you don't need to handle these tips.
     71 * [http://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-efl/2012-November/000433.html How to run layout tests with ATI and NVidia drivers]
     72 * [http://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-efl/2012-November/000434.html How to run layout tests with X server 1.13.0] (i.e. the X server shipped on Ubuntu 12.10)
     73* When media tests take too long time, you need to check if pulseaudio is running as daemon. If pulseaudio daemon doesn't run, you may need to do below steps.
     74 * sudo gpasswd -a "buildbot-user" pulse-access
     75 * edit /etc/pulse/system.pa
     76  * load-module module-native-protocol-unix '''auth-anonymous=1'''
     77 * Try running pulseaudio in system mode