The following two tests are timing out after r227223:
Also failing on WPE. For both ports is likely due to missing port-specific resource-load statistics functionality.
(In reply to Zan Dobersek from comment #1)
> Also failing on WPE. For both ports is likely due to missing port-specific
> resource-load statistics functionality.
That commit added completion handler parameters (required for the WebsiteDataManager removal API to work properly), but it only updated the Cocoa API, not the cross-platform C API used by the test runner. I'm not sure whether we should roll it out or not. It doesn't break anything except the test runner (well, it breaks the C API, but that's used only by the test runner), and the tests must have already been flaky before this change, and it's probably simpler to just add the callback parameters (haven't checked). But this is not the first time this has happened recently (see bug #181231), and we need to be stricter about breaking the test runner like this.
The root of the problem is that it's hard to update the cross-platform test runner code from Mac, because it is using Cocoa-specific API instead of the C API, to make it easier to delete the C API in the future. But this makes it much harder to make changes that affect the test runner, and it's not clear what the endgame is for removing the C API without breaking the test runner. This is worth discussion on webkit-dev.
CCing owners to approve the WK2 changes
Created attachment 332735 [details]
Comment on attachment 332735 [details]
Clearing flags on attachment: 332735
Committed r227933: <https://trac.webkit.org/changeset/227933>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.
Thank you for the quick review!