Add adapter type in test name when the adapter is Microsoft Basic Render

This patch adds the adapter type in the dawn_end2end_test name when the
adapter is Microsoft Basic Render Driver. In a Windows Remote Desktop
session, there will be two adapters whose name is "Microsoft Basic
Render Driver" with one of the adapter type being "CPU" and another
being "Integrated GPU" on an Intel integrated GPU for example. To avoid
the conflicts in the name of end2end tests and causes ASSERT failures,
we add the adapter type to the test name when the adapter is Microsoft
Basic Render Driver.

BUG=dawn:396
TEST=dawn_end2end_tests

Change-Id: I26108ac106957ea7e72d531a366851fd71cbc2b0
Reviewed-on: https://dawn-review.googlesource.com/c/dawn/+/21900
Reviewed-by: Corentin Wallez <cwallez@chromium.org>
Reviewed-by: Austin Eng <enga@chromium.org>
Commit-Queue: Jiawei Shao <jiawei.shao@intel.com>
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README.md

Dawn, a WebGPU implementation

Dawn is an open-source and cross-platform implementation of the work-in-progress WebGPU standard. More precisely it implements webgpu.h that is a one-to-one mapping with the WebGPU IDL. Dawn is meant to be integrated as part of a larger system and is the underlying implementation of WebGPU in Chromium.

Dawn provides several WebGPU building blocks:

  • WebGPU C/C++ headers that applications and other building blocks use.
    • The webgpu.h version that Dawn implements.
    • A C++ wrapper for the webgpu.h.
  • A “native” implementation of WebGPU using platforms' GPU APIs:
    • D3D12 on Windows 10
    • Metal on macOS and iOS
    • Vulkan on Windows, Linux, ChromeOS, Android and Fuchsia
    • OpenGL as best effort where available
  • A client-server implementation of WebGPU for applications that are in a sandbox without access to native drivers

Helpful links:

Documentation table of content

Developer documentation:

User documentation: (TODO, figure out what overlaps with webgpu.h docs)

Status

(TODO)

License

Apache 2.0 Public License, please see LICENSE.

Disclaimer

This is not an officially supported Google product.