Gallium3D Gets A Blitter Module
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 14 December 2009 at 02:37 PM EST. 15 Comments
Gallium3D has been a topic we have talked about a lot lately from the OpenCL state tracker to VMware's virtual GPU driver, but this graphics driver architecture keeps on advancing. The most recent module for Gallium3D is one written by Marek Olšák that provides a blitter.

Once the core blitter support is merged into Gallium3D, Marek has already implementing patches for the ATI r300g driver that are able to take advantage of this blitter work. All of the technical details and changes are being discussed on mesa3d-dev.
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