author Sam Sneddon <me@gsnedders.com>
Wed, 06 Mar 2019 16:52:04 +0000
changeset 464344 bd1da129790f6d5085cce62bbd0af61eb34af75c
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1531007 [wpt PR 15523] - Reftest cleanup, a=testonly Automatic update from web-platform-tests Move some references out of support directories See #5843 -- Get rid of reftest/, standardize on reference/ -- Rewrite a lot of the border-*-radius tests These previously formed reftest cycles which means they either didn't get run or didn't clearly test either thing. Given what we have visual tests for, it seems more meaningful to just restrict these tests to testing percentages. Fixes https://github.com/web-platform-tests/wpt/issues/5492. -- Give css/css-backgrounds/border-image-6.html a real ref The current ref is just an image of roughly what it should look like, which isn't at all useful as a reftest (which needs pixel-for-pixel equivalence). -- Get rid of broken reftest, replaced with simple JS test Using an image as a reference is almost certain to never work. -- Make various transform3d tests have sane reference graphs These seem to have been written under the assumption that multiple <link rel=match> links formed multiple required matches rather than alternates. -- Fix text-indent-wrap-001 to have a single reference This seems to have assumed multiple refs were AND, not OR. -- wpt-commits: 8d2a5d9ee6e10577da1342bedc1d64bba9799e94, 29f50c937e8be8ccf73dbb8b8e74f0668a1cd426, b855a6d58fa3d9cf36b128e645091e8dd6d50464, 74c9fbb2d655638bc4079636dfc420bde4d94c6c, 8f61bf97d0ab9e47081f4dd068c0f7e72dabb862, b26ec10a9e9d769a20e9959bb90d1ec904f458e8, 7748ad90a13a51a3f74436295869b2f253f98e8a wpt-pr: 15523

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    <title>border-top-left-radius: 48px 28px reference</title>
    <style type="text/css">
          width: 200px;
          height: 100px;

          background: orange;
          border: 20px solid teal;
          border-top-left-radius: 48px 28px;
    <p>The box should have a border-top-left-radius of 48px 28px. The
        horizontal radius should therefore be clearly larger than the
        vertical radius.</p>