PlayStation's strftime's "%Z" returns an empty string which results in time strings like "Wed Oct 23 1974 11:45:01 GMT-0700" rather than "Wed Oct 23 1974 11:45:01 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)" which causes diff failures with the expectations.
Created attachment 369126 [details]
Adding expectations without the timezone string for these tests on PlayStation.
The timezone names are being managed in the tests to do PDT/PST to full name conversions, so we could strip them instead, but that seemed like it could lose information useful to test on the other platforms.
Comment on attachment 369126 [details]
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> + runChakra :baseline, "NoException", "InternalToString.playstation.baseline", 
The bare .baseline files are as-is from ChakraCore, so we should mark this .baseline-jsc.
I can't seem to find a precedent for a platform-specific baseline though -- maybe .baseline-jsc-playstation, so that we keep the more specific stuff at the very end?
Created attachment 369137 [details]
Changing names per review comment.
Comment on attachment 369137 [details]
Clearing flags on attachment: 369137
Committed r244972: <https://trac.webkit.org/changeset/244972>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.