ozone/x11: content_browsertests: remove filter file

All the tests from the filter pass now. Enable them back.

Bug: 1040382
Change-Id: I3e7b2d926fabc3f8e0028a2668fc2c5667c5ea5e
Reviewed-on: https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chromium/src/+/2444315
Reviewed-by: Scott Violet <sky@chromium.org>
Commit-Queue: Maksim Sisov (GMT+3) <msisov@igalia.com>
Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/master@{#813640}
4 files changed
tree: 9acc3b1512c0ef321854f104f5b0ee4862abcdd1
  1. .clang-format
  2. .clang-tidy
  3. .eslintrc.js
  4. .git-blame-ignore-revs
  5. .gitattributes
  6. .gitignore
  7. .gn
  8. .vpython
  9. .vpython3
  10. .yapfignore
  11. AUTHORS
  12. BUILD.gn
  13. CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md
  14. DEPS
  15. DIR_METADATA
  16. ENG_REVIEW_OWNERS
  17. LICENSE
  18. LICENSE.chromium_os
  19. OWNERS
  20. PRESUBMIT.py
  21. PRESUBMIT_test.py
  22. PRESUBMIT_test_mocks.py
  23. README.md
  24. WATCHLISTS
  25. android_webview/
  26. apps/
  27. ash/
  28. base/
  29. build/
  30. build_overrides/
  31. buildtools/
  32. cc/
  33. chrome/
  34. chromecast/
  35. chromeos/
  36. cloud_print/
  37. codereview.settings
  38. components/
  39. content/
  40. courgette/
  41. crypto/
  42. dbus/
  43. device/
  44. docs/
  45. extensions/
  46. fuchsia/
  47. gin/
  48. google_apis/
  49. google_update/
  50. gpu/
  51. headless/
  52. infra/
  53. ios/
  54. ipc/
  55. jingle/
  56. media/
  57. mojo/
  58. native_client_sdk/
  59. net/
  60. pdf/
  61. ppapi/
  62. printing/
  63. remoting/
  64. rlz/
  65. sandbox/
  66. services/
  67. skia/
  68. sql/
  69. storage/
  70. styleguide/
  71. testing/
  72. third_party/
  73. tools/
  74. ui/
  75. url/
  76. weblayer/
README.md

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Chromium is an open-source browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all users to experience the web.

The project's web site is https://www.chromium.org.

Documentation in the source is rooted in docs/README.md.

Learn how to Get Around the Chromium Source Code Directory Structure .

For historical reasons, there are some small top level directories. Now the guidance is that new top level directories are for product (e.g. Chrome, Android WebView, Ash). Even if these products have multiple executables, the code should be in subdirectories of the product.