Chrome and Chromium¶
When running Chrome, there are some useful command line arguments.
You can inform
wpt of the release channel of Chrome using
wpt is able to find the correct binary in the following cases:
On Linux for stable, beta and dev channels if
On Mac for stable and canary channels if the official DMGs are installed.
In other cases, you will need to specify the path to the Chrome binary with
--binary. For example:
./wpt run --channel dev --binary /path/to/non-default/google-chrome chrome
Note: when the channel is “dev”,
wpt will automatically enable all
experimental web platform features
(chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features) by passing
--enable-experimental-web-platform-features to Chrome.
If you want to enable a specific runtime enabled feature, use
--binary-arg to specify the flag(s) that you want to pass to Chrome:
./wpt run --binary-arg=--enable-blink-features=AsyncClipboard chrome clipboard-apis/
A detailed explanation is available for more information on how wpt detects and installs the components for Chrome and Chromium.