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  1. I have no idea why Mesa developers decide to...

    I have no idea why Mesa developers decide to support it or not support, but if someone talk about feature parity with Windows driver then it's good idea to not forget about compatibility.
  2. It's deprecated because compatibility profile...

    It's deprecated because compatibility profile become part of GL standard and Mesa only implement core profiles. And no I'm not saying it's useful thing at all, but this and Apple not support it...
  3. Apple don't handle device driver development....

    Apple don't handle device driver development. Likely Intel have to provide 3.3 because it's required for some new OS X release.
    Though as far as I know performance of Intel iGPUs on Mac is crap....
  4. Looks like that, but keep in mind their Windows...

    Looks like that, but keep in mind their Windows driver does support GL_ARB_compatibility while Mesa isn't.
  5. Now Linux driver for Sandy Bridge is more...

    Now Linux driver for Sandy Bridge is more feature-rich than Windows one (except GL_ARB_Compatibility).

    Interesting what is missing for OpenGL 3.3 support? :confused:
  6. Just wonder do you have any proof-link that this...

    Just wonder do you have any proof-link that this was ever true for ATI / AMD GPUs?

    Also you really missing point of workstations GPUs. It's not about performance, it's about guarantees of rock...
  7. Does this mean that AMD didn't dropped effort to...

    Does this mean that AMD didn't dropped effort to switch to Radeon as kernel driver for Catalyst?
    No details needed, I only care if this going to happen or not... :confused:
  8. Valve does help to open source drivers and they...

    Valve does help to open source drivers and they sponsored LunarG to improve Intel open source driver. Problem with AMD it's fact that they are not promote Radeon / R600g / RadeonSI as their main...
  9. Would be a cool to see Valve pushing AMD to spend...

    Would be a cool to see Valve pushing AMD to spend more resources towards open source drivers...
  10. @pontostroy has posted new video with Nine vs...

    @pontostroy has posted new video with Nine vs CSMT vs WineD3D in Bioshock:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0Y3rBFhhu8

    Interesting where is lag spikes come from in both CSMT and WineD3D? Is it...
  11. I suppose VCE on Windows don't use OpenMAX so...

    I suppose VCE on Windows don't use OpenMAX so code Valve done for Windows useless for Linux FOSS drivers users. No idea why Michael cite it at all.
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    You might find out about that in picture name:...

    You might find out about that in picture name:
    ECS NGT240
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    It's proprietary as you might notice. A lot of...

    It's proprietary as you might notice. A lot of PS3/PS4 bits provided with source code, but always under NDA.
    Also did you ever see where Sony provided source code for direct download?

    I doubt...
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    I mostly sure that none of SCE Worldwide Studios...

    I mostly sure that none of SCE Worldwide Studios subsidiaries or partners use pre-built engines. Their games only released on Sony consoles so they don't have to be portable and everything going into...
  15. First of all Intel have two completely separate...

    First of all Intel have two completely separate developments teams for Windows and Linux drivers and there also dedicated team which inside Intel OTC which work on Linux OpenCL implementation. So...
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    I'm a bit shocked that SCE subsidiary open source...

    I'm a bit shocked that SCE subsidiary open source something at all.

    Because all console games still developed on PC where their proprietary APIs (no, they don't use OpenGL) isn't available. E.g at...
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    I'm not biggest fan of systemd, but I see no...

    I'm not biggest fan of systemd, but I see no reason why compatibility with non-Linux kernels even considered as serious issue. After FreeBSD trying to remove all dependency on GNU bits and other BSD...
  18. Cool that I have AsRock mobo, it's update...

    Cool that I have AsRock mobo, it's update firmware over internet. ;)
  19. Interesting will is it fully functionable or not?...

    Interesting will is it fully functionable or not?

    Also will it work with X220i (model with i3)?
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    I already see tons of happy Linux users...

    I already see tons of happy Linux users around...:rolleyes::cool::rolleyes::D;)
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