Name Description Size
__init__.py 0
azure
ci_built_diff.sh 1015
ci_resources_unittest.sh 415
ci_tools_integration_test.sh 432
ci_tools_unittest.sh 843
ci_wptrunner_infrastructure.sh 544
commands.json 1896
epochs_update.sh 1592
interfaces_update.sh 1358
jobs.py normalize a path for both case and slashes (to /) 4603
macos_color_profile.py 1179
make_hosts_file.py 606
manifest_build.py For a given file, generate details used to upload to GitHub. 6677
regen_certs.py \ # This file is automatically generated by 'wpt regen-certs' # DO NOT EDIT MANUALLY. # tools/certs/web-platform.test.pem WPT_FINGERPRINT = '{wpt_fingerprint}' # signed-exchange/resources/127.0.0.1.sxg.pem SXG_WPT_FINGERPRINT = '0Rt4mT6SJXojEMHTnKnlJ/hBKMBcI4kteBlhR1eTTdk=' IGNORE_CERTIFICATE_ERRORS_SPKI_LIST = [ WPT_FINGERPRINT, SXG_WPT_FINGERPRINT ] 3341
requirements_build.txt 77
requirements_macos_color_profile.txt 109
requirements_tc.txt 67
run_tc.py Wrapper script for running jobs in Taskcluster This is intended for running test jobs in Taskcluster. The script takes a two positional arguments which are the name of the test job and the script to actually run. The name of the test job is used to determine whether the script should be run for this push (this is in lieu of having a proper decision task). There are several ways that the script can be scheduled to run 1. The output of wpt test-jobs includes the job name 2. The job name is included in a job declaration (see below) 3. The string "all" is included in the job declaration 4. The job name is set to "all" A job declaration is a line appearing in the pull request body (for pull requests) or first commit message (for pushes) of the form: tc-jobs: job1,job2,[...] In addition, there are a number of keyword arguments used to set options for the environment in which the jobs run. Documentation for these is in the command help. As well as running the script, the script sets two environment variables; GITHUB_BRANCH which is the branch that the commits will merge into (if it's a PR) or the branch that the commits are on (if it's a push), and GITHUB_PULL_REQUEST which is the string "false" if the event triggering this job wasn't a pull request or the pull request number if it was. The semantics of these variables are chosen to match the corresponding TRAVIS_* variables. Note: for local testing in the Docker image the script ought to still work, but full functionality requires that the TASK_EVENT environment variable is set to the serialization of a GitHub event payload. 16734
taskcluster-run.py Invoke the `wpt run` command according to the needs of the Taskcluster continuous integration service. 4693
tc
tests
update_built.py 3142
website_build.sh 2214