[Piglit] Porting Glean Tests to the Piglit Framework

Laura Ekstrand laura at jlekstrand.net
Thu Oct 9 13:49:45 PDT 2014

Hi Juliet,

I've started working on moving some of the Glean tests to Piglit.  I
haven't submitted any of this upstream yet, but you can view my changes on
my cgit repository: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/~ldeks/piglit/.   I've
added an up-to-date to-do list (piglit/tests/glean/glean-todo) which can
help you figure out what's been done already and where to start.  This will
also hopefully help us coordinate our efforts.  The tests I have moved over
are stored in the piglit/tests/spec/laura_* folders (I haven't had time to
decide better names/locations yet).

In regards to your question about Python, Piglit tests aren't actually
wrapped in Python.  Each test is a separate C program that gets it's main
function from a macro defined in piglit/tests/util/piglit-framework-gl.h.

I'm really excited to be working with you.  Let me know any other questions
you might have.

Laura Ekstrand

On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 4:54 AM, Juliet Fru <julietfru at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am currently working on my OPW proposal for porting the glean tests to
> the piglit framework. I've successfully compiled piglit and read the
> Hacking file for piglit. Looking at the current tests for piglit i looks
> like they are all wrapped in python? My Python programming skills are
> limited and I will greatly appreciate if anyone could give me a pointer to
> the code where sample glean tests have been converted to piglit, So I could
> see how to work with the current tests in /tests/glean directory.
> Would love to know how to submit my proposal for review before officially
> completing on the OPW applications page.
> Thanks,
> Juliet
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