I may have an instance of Safari running (either for reference or debugging) when I run new-run-webkit-tests. Currently new-run-webkit-tests launches Safari, with state restoration on OS 10.7, to show its results. It's annoying when Safari is launched with state restoration because it restores the last saved state of open windows and tabs. Safari also tends to become less responsive while it restores many windows and tabs and hence this restoration can slow down the interpretation of results. I propose that new-run-webkit-tests run the run-safari script passing the no-saved-state command line argument to disable state restoration for the session.
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Oh thank you!
> +2012-02-22 Daniel Bates <email@example.com>
Looks like you've got an extra changelog in here.
Committed r108560: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/108560>