DOMFuzz tests layout and other parts of browser engines through DOM API calls. Some modules lean more toward "mutation" and others lean more toward "generation", but all act on the DOM of a web page.
For each instance of Firefox, up to 4 modules will be chosen and enabled. Modules include:
- Stir DOM, which moves nodes around the document tree using appendChild and insertBefore.
- Random Styles, which adds inline style properties.
When fuzzing a browser, you may want to disable GUI crash dialogs. You'll still get crash reports in
~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/, but they won't be shown on-screen or submitted to Apple.
defaults write com.apple.CrashReporter DialogType server
atos to work:
sudo /usr/sbin/DevToolsSecurity --enable
./loopdomfuzz.py build will:
- Figure out which version of Firefox you are testing and use appropriate ignore lists.
- Create temporary Firefox profiles with the DOMFuzz Helper extension installed, appropriate settings, and some random settings as well.
- In a loop, open Firefox to a random file from the reftest suite, and load random DOMFuzz modules into it. (If a bug is found, it will place a file in a wtmp*/ directory, and try to reduce it with Lithium.)
|build| must be a directory containing a build of Firefox:
- A Firefox object directory, built locally with --enable-tests
- A Treeherder build that was downloaded using funfuzz/util/downloadBuild.py --want-tests
funfuzz/util/downloadBuild.py --want-tests && funfuzz/util/multi.py 8 funfuzz/dom/automation/loopdomfuzz.py build
- Paul Nickerson contributed a module for testing CanvasRenderingContext2D and prototyped serializeDOMAsScript
- Christoph Diehl contributed a bunch of modules
- Mats Palmgren contributed Stir Tables