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wptreport - Report generator for WPT test result sets

If you use the WPT test runner you are getting a bunch of JSON test results which you can't do much that's immediately, humanly useful with. There are quite a few of those in the test results repository.

The purpose of wptreport is to generate human-oriented reports for such data.

Installation

The typical installation is:

npm install wptreport

If you're hacking on the code, or want to be on the bleeding edge (which shouldn't be needed: I ship the code pretty much anytime I make a change), you can alternatively

git clone https://github.com/darobin/wptreport.git
cd wptreport
npm link .

Usage

This is a command-line tool, it takes some basic options.

wptreport [--input /path/to/dir] [--output /path/to/dir] [--spec SpecName] [-f] [-m] [-d description]

  • --input <directory>, -i <directory>: Path to the directory that contains all the JSON data. JSON files must match the pattern \w{2}\d{d}\.json where the two first letters are an identifier for the browser engine (use whatever makes sense to your audience) and the number is the version number. Defaults to the current directory. This is also where the filter.js is found, if any (see the section on filtering).
  • --output <directory>, -o <directory>: The directory where the generated reports are stored. Defaults to the current directory.
  • --spec SpecName, -s SpecName: The specification name to use in titling the report. Optional, but certainly looks nicer.
  • --description DescFile, -d DescFile: Include a description of report at the top.
  • --failures, -f: Include messages about failures in report.
  • --markdown, -m: Interpret subtest names as markdown.
  • --help, -h: Get some help (about the tool, you're on your own for your other issues).
  • --version, -v: Get the version number.

If there is a wptreport.json file in the input directory, options will be read from that file (but command line options will override those settings).

The format of the JSON files is defined by the test runner.

Filtering

If the input directory contains a filter.js file, it will be loaded as a Node module (and can therefore completely operate like one). Some test suites have experimental tests, tests that can provide useful information in some cases that you don't want in others, etc. As such, it can be useful to filter out some results before reporting.

The module can optionally export two methods:

  • excludeFile(fileName). Receives the name of the test file being looked at (as listed in the JSON data). Return true to skip it (and therefore all of its content), false to keep it.
  • excludeCase(fileName, caseName). Receives both the name of the test file and that of the test case being looked at. Skip with true, keep with false. This is the same as the previous one, only more granular.
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