Mesa 10.1.5 Is Out While Waiting For Mesa 10.2
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 6 June 2014 at 10:50 PM EDT. 1 Comment
Mesa 10.1.5 was just released this Friday evening while we're still waiting for the imminent release of the major Mesa 10.2 release unless it was delayed again.

Mesa 10.1.5 features various bug-fixes over the earlier 10.1 releases. The Mesa 10.1.5 point release has 16 known bug-fixes including GLSL and GLX fixes, Nouveau NV50 Gallium3D IR fixes, two i965 DRI fixes, and other work.

The list of Mesa 10.1.5 fixes can be found via the release announcement issued by Intel's Carl Worth. This is a nice update for strict stable users while the Mesa 10.2 release, which is scheduled to be released today, is bringing a lot of new features.
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