[Piglit] [PATCH] Interpret dEQP "QualityWarning" as pass

Dylan Baker baker.dylan.c at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 11:44:16 PDT 2015

> That's fine, but then that's the justification, not "junit interprets
> warn as fail". Note that some (regular) piglit tests will also emit
> "warn", and they don't mean "fail". I believe that junit needs to be
> fixed to not interpret warn as fail irrespective of what happens in
> deqp. But for the record, I don't use junit.
> I'm not sure how I feel about the "warn" output in piglit in general,
> it seems a bit weird. Bogus and intermittent warnings certainly sound
> like a problem, and perhaps that's reason enough to just ignore them.

I'm fine with either solution.

Warn is kind of an odd status. Basically if a test passes, but there is
anything unexpected in stderr, the test will get marked warn. (I think
some other suites use it differently, maybe igt?)

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