Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Writing Layout Tests for DumpRenderTree


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Nov 15, 2006 4:21:28 AM (14 years ago)
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mitz@webkit.org
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  • Writing Layout Tests for DumpRenderTree

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    12 * Do not use fonts other than those bundled with Mac OS X. The only exception to this is the Ahem font.
     12 * Do not use fonts other than those bundled with Mac OS X (usually there's no need to specify font families in a test). The only exception to this is the ''Ahem'' font.
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    14 * Tests should not access the Internet. Avoid `http:` URLs in `src` and `href` attributes, in CSS properties and in XMLHttpRequest. Testing WebKit's network layer should be done using the HTTP test facility, as described below.
     14 * Tests should not access the Internet. Avoid `http:` URLs in `src` and `href` attributes, in CSS properties and in XMLHttpRequest. Testing WebKit's network layer should be done using the HTTP test facility, to be described below.
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    16 * Do not make unnecessary use of `window.setTimeout` and similar functions which create a lower bound on the time it takes the test to complete. For separating events in time, you can use `layoutTestController.leapForward`.
     16 * Do not make unnecessary use of `window.setTimeout` and similar functions which create a lower bound on the time it takes the test to complete. For separating events in time, you can use `layoutTestController.leapForward`.
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    18 * Do not make unnecessary use of external resources: use inline JavaScript and `style` elements instead of `link`s to external stylesheets. You can also use `data:` URLs sometimes for things like frames' `src` attribute. The exceptions are stylesheets and JavaScript libraries that are shared by multiple tests, and cases that test the loading of external resources.
     18 * Do not make unnecessary use of external resources: use inline JavaScript and `style` elements instead of `link`s to external stylesheets. You can also use `data:` URLs sometimes for things like frames' `src` attribute. The exceptions are stylesheets and JavaScript libraries that are shared by multiple tests, and cases that test the loading of external resources.
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