Mesa 9.2.3 Fixes A Number Of Bugs
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 14 November 2013 at 01:35 AM EST. Add A Comment
Carl Worth at Intel has announced the release of Mesa 9.2.3

For those conservative graphics users not yet wanting to run the Mesa 10.0 development drivers that are still being stabilized but has a ton new features, released on Wednesday is Mesa 9.2.3.

The Mesa 9.2.3 release doesn't have OpenGL 3.3 support or new hardware enablement or the number of new features to be found in Mesa 10.0, but it basically just has a lot of bug fixes. Among the bug fixing that happened for Mesa 9.2.3 are a lot of small i965 Intel DRI driver fixes, a Wayland change, a RadeonSI fix, and some other general work.

Overall it's not too exciting but some general work can be found via the Git news items and the basic release announcement.
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