|Version 7 (modified by email@example.com, 15 months ago) (diff)|
DumpRenderTree is related to WebKit's layout tests and can be run with the run-webkit-tests script.
You will need to install the following Debian packages to run WebKitEFL layout test.
In order to build it in a way that all expected tests pass and it does not crash, however, certain features need to be enabled when building the port. SHARED_CORE currently needs to be turned on, and some features need to be enabled manually.
./Tools/Scripts/build-webkit --efl --touch-events --touch-icon-loading --blob --device-orientation \ --fullscreen-api --notifications --orientation-events --request-animation-frame \ --cmakearg="-DSHARED_CORE=ON"
In order to run WebKitEFL's LayoutTest successfully, "exit-after-n-failuers" option should have 5000 as its own value when user run layout test because at least 1000 test cases are failed for now.
./Tools/Scripts/run-webkit-tests --efl --release --no-launch-safari \ --results-directory layout-test-results \ --exit-after-n-failures 1000 --verbose --child-processes=N
If you wish to run a single test you can do:
./Tools/Scripts/run-webkit-tests --efl fast/forms/plaintext-mode-1.html
It is possible to run gdb directly on the DumpRenderTree binary to debug crashing tests:
$ gdb --args <BUILD DIRECTORY>/Programs/DumpRenderTree LayoutTests/fast/forms/plaintext-mode-1.html