Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of Writing Reftests


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Apr 13, 2011 7:38:04 PM (10 years ago)
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hayato@chromium.org
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  • Writing Reftests

    v11 v12  
    1010== Reftests in WebKit ==
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    12 Reftest uses a HTML file ('-expected.html') to represent an expected rendering result, instead of pre-generated expected files, such as '-expected.txt', '-expected.checksum' and '-expected.png'.
     12Reftest uses a HTML file ('-expected.html') to represent an expected rendering result, instead of pre-generated expected files (such as '-expected.txt', '-expected.checksum' and '-expected.png').
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    1414Let's see the following sample reftest.
     
    2727}}}
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    29 A new-run-webkit-tests recognizes this is a reftest and run the test as if this is a normal layout test.
    30 You can think that a '-expected.html' file is used to produce '-expected.checksum' and '-expected.png' on the fly.
     29A new-run-webkit-tests recognizes this is a reftest and runs the test as if this is a normal layout test.
     30You can think that a '-expected.html' file is used to produce a '-expected.checksum' and a '-expected.png' on the fly.
    3131If there is a difference between the rendering results of two html files, the test fails.
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    50 In this case, the test fails if both produces the same results. The test passes if there is any differences between them.
     50In this case, the test fails if both HTML files produce the same results. The test passes if there is any differences between them.
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    52 You can see the actual reftest here: http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/81644
     52You can see the sample reftest here: http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/81644
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    5454== File naming convention ==