X Server 1.7.2 RC2 Released With 15 Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in X.Org on 20 November 2009 at 08:16 AM EST. 1 Comment
X Server 1.7.2 is scheduled to be released a week from Friday, so in preparations for that, Peter Hutterer has just pushed out the second release candidate for this minor point release. X Server 1.7.2 RC2 is made up of 15 fixes (mostly for XQuartz) since the RC1 release that arrived earlier this month.

There's nothing real exciting in this release beyond addressing bugs as most developers are now focused on X Server 1.8, which will be released in March. The X Server 1.7.2 RC2 release announcement with a link for the source download can be read om xorg-announce.
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