On 20/09/2019 11:49, Osztrogonác Csaba wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> As far as I know there is no documentation about what can you
> add after "//@". But in general you can add there whatever you
> want. It is executed by run-jsc-stress-tests in an eval:
> https://trac.webkit.org/browser/webkit/trunk/Tools/Scripts/run-jsc-stress-tests#L576
>

Thanks. I was reading the code post your 'eval' reference to the source
code and I managed to do what I wanted as:
//@ defaultRun; runDefault("--useRegExpJIT=0")

Thanks.

> 
> br,
> Ossy
> 
> 2019.09.20. 11:38 keltezéssel, Paulo Matos írta:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Due to the failure reported in
>> https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=202041 which I am investigating,
>> I was attempting to add a test run of
>> stress/regexp-unicode-surrogate-pair-increment-should-involve-length-check.js
>>
>>
>>   with the option --useRegExpJIT=0
>> Unfortunately simply adding //@ requireOptions("--useRegExpJIT=0"),
>> makes all the tests on the file use the option instead of using the
>> option as an addition to what was already running.
>>
>> Is there currently a way to say, in addition to the tests you're already
>> running, try running with this option X?
>>
>> Also, is there in general any documentation on the /test language/ one
>> can use in test headers? i.e. after //@? See
>> http://llvm.org/docs/TestingGuide.html#constraining-test-execution
>> for an example of such documentation.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
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