We need a layout test to ensure we can find a backslash in Japanese encodings by searching a yen sign. This test will help Bug 24906 because we can avoid regressions of searching.
Created attachment 51014 [details]
On Windows, Qt, and Gtk, this test fails. I didn't examine the reason yet. On Windows and Qt, finding a backslash in non-text-control is failing. On Gtk, finding a backslash in both text-control and non-text-control is failing.
Anyway, as I wrote in Bug 24906, I think we want to allow users to find both backslashes and yen signs by searching either a backslash or a yen sign. If people agrees with me, I'll change the searching code in some future day and these skip lists will be gone.
Comment on attachment 51014 [details]
In cases like this, I think that landing expected results that expect failure is better than adding tests to the Skipped lists. We can remove the expected failures when we fix the bug.
r=me as-is, but I'd prefer to run tests rather than skipping them
I see. I'll add failing expectations when I land. Thanks for your review!
Committed r56238: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/56238>