Three tests have assertion error in debug mode on x86-32 Linux Qt:
ASSERTION FAILED: webFrame.isNull()
../../../../Source/WebKit/qt/WebCoreSupport/FrameLoaderClientQt.cpp(1323) : virtual WTF::PassRefPtr<WebCore::Frame> WebCore::FrameLoaderClientQt::createFrame(const WebCore::KURL&, const WTF::String&, WebCore::HTMLFrameOwnerElement*, const WTF::String&, bool, int, int)
The failed tests are:
Committed r93581: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/93581>
The error is still exist.
Why was this assigned to me? Even provided that it started with my check-in, I have no way to work on this bug.
Notably, Mac WebKit1 also has this assertion, which doesn't get hit.
The Asset condition is checking webFrame object existence, it has not been freed any where before the Assert instruction, so the webFrame.isNull() instruction is returning false. After adding following instructions all the test cases mentioned above are passing.
delete webFrame ;
I think the assert can be removed. The frame is not always deleted right away, and none of the other implementations of FrameLoaderClient has a similar assert.
I think the first step is to figure out why there's this assumption that it will be deleted at that point. I will take a look.
It looks like this is fixed already. Tests are passing and I can't find these ones skipped. Closing bug.