Mesa 9.1.3 was released today to address some outstanding bugs back-ported from the current Mesa 9.2 development code.
While running Mesa Git is always the most interesting for Linux enthusiasts and hardware tweakers, for those living in a conservative and stable world, Mesa 9.1.3 is out in the wild. The current Mesa 9.2 development code already carries Radeon Gallium3D improvements
, Intel driver performance improvements
, the Freedreno Gallium3D driver
, Radeon UVD support, and much more. These are features not found in Mesa 9.1.
New to Mesa 9.1.3 are fixes concerning Second Life, a hang with glxgears for Sandy Bridge, some Piglit problems, a Mesa performance regression for KDE's KWin Lanczos shader, the Solaris OS build breaking, a EGL X11 regression, and some OpenGL ES bugs.
More details on the Mesa 9.1.3 bug-fix release can be found from the release announcement
and the committed notes