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Mesa News Archives

Mesa 10 Will Likely End Up As A Fedora 20 Update

While it didn't look like Fedora 20 would end up having Mesa 10.x as a stable release update but would be stuck to Mesa 9.2 for the duration of the F20 lifespan, it now looks like an update to Mesa 10.0 will end up happening for stable Mesa users.
12 March 2014 - Mesa 10 - 4 Comments

Mesa 10.0.4 Serves Up Over 40 Bug-Fixes

For those living in a stable Mesa 10.0 world rather than using the recent Mesa 10.1 series, there's a new point release out today that serves up almost 50 bug-fixes.
12 March 2014 - Mesa 10.0

Many R600/RadeonSI Gallium3D Changes Land

Marek Olšák has pushed today to Mesa Git master a large number of RadeonSI Gallium3D driver changes.
11 March 2014 - Radeon Gallium3D - 10 Comments

Intel Broadwell On Mesa Gets Support For A New OpenGL 4.3 Extension

Intel's Mesa DRI driver on Linux has picked up support for another OpenGL 4 extension, but for now at least the hardware support is limited to the yet-to-be-released Broadwell.
5 March 2014 - Broadwell - 2 Comments

More Mesa 10.2 + Linux 3.14 Benchmarks On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

In verifying and complementing the major R600/RadeonSI performance regressions noted earlier today for a wide-range of AMD Radeon hardware, here's some more tests that were done this weekend on a different system that also finds the newer code to be running slower than Linux 3.13 + Mesa 10.1
2 March 2014 - Regression - 9 Comments

Mesa 10 Packages For Fedora 20

While Fedora 20 is looking to land GNOME 3.12 as a stable release upgrade, the developers normally shipping a bleeding-edge Linux graphics stack haven't sent down any stable release updates for the much-improved Mesa 10 drivers. Fortunately, there's some unofficial choices.
2 March 2014 - Mesa 10 - 8 Comments

Mesa 10.1 RC3 Arrives Before Final Version Next Week

The third and expected final release candidate of the Mesa 10.1 open-source 3D graphics stack is now available.
1 March 2014 - Mesa 10.1

GLX_MESA_query_renderer Support Comes To All Drivers

GLX_MESA_query_renderer is the extension devised by Mesa developers for universally exposing details of the system's OpenGL driver, GPU, and system information in order to assist game developers, among other OpenGL developers. Patches have finally emerged for supporting GLX_MESA_query_renderer by all Mesa and Gallium3D graphics drivers.
28 February 2014 - GLX_MESA_query_renderer - 5 Comments

Mesa 10.1 Has Been Delayed

Ian Romanick of Intel has decided to delay the release of Mesa 10.1 due to outstanding patches that have yet to be merged and fully tested.
27 February 2014 - Mesa 10.1

Another Mesa Newbie Project Is Being Worked On

The OpenGL NV_non_square_matrices extension for Mesa has now surfaced in the form of six patches on the developers' mailing list by a new developer looking to get involved with this open-source 3D library and driver project.
26 February 2014 - GL_NV_non_square_matrices - 1 Comment

Unigine Heaven & Valley Now Run Well On Radeon Gallium3D

I must say I am rather impressed with both Unigine Heaven and Unigine Valley finally running well -- and with decent speed -- when using the open-source Radeon Gallium3D driver in the soon-to-be-out Mesa 10.1.
26 February 2014 - Mesa 10.1 - 22 Comments

OpenGL 4.4 ARB_buffer_storage Comes To Radeon Gallium3D

The latest work by Marek Olšák of AMD is implementing ARB_buffer_storage support within the R300, R600, and RadeonSI open-source AMD Linux graphics drivers.
25 February 2014 - GL_ARB_buffer_storage - 29 Comments

ARB Texture Gather Support Finally Added To Gallium3D

Several months after core Mesa and Intel's DRI driver received support for the ARB_texture_gather extension, Gallium3D drivers now have support for this OpenGL 4.0 extension.
25 February 2014 - ARB_texture_gather

Mesa 10.1 Release Candidate 2 Hits Prior To The Weekend

The second and last planned release candidate to the major Mesa 10.1 graphics stack release is now available.
21 February 2014 - Mesa 10.1 RC2 - 8 Comments

Broadwell Now Officially Enabled With Intel Mesa

After the latest round of improvements, support for Intel's next-generation Broadwell processors with their more advanced HD Graphics is now enabled by default within Intel's Mesa 3D driver.
21 February 2014 - Broadwell

Intel Mesa Driver Now Has MSAA For Broadwell

Just this morning I was writing about the performance enhancing HiZ feature coming to Broadwell within Intel's Mesa driver, plus other improvements. Prior to calling it a day, more Intel Broadwell enablement changes have landed inside this open-source 3D driver.
19 February 2014 - Broadwell - 3 Comments

New Easy Projects To Get Started In Mesa Development

A few months back upstream Mesa developers began assembling a list of easy projects to get started in Mesa 3D driver development. New open-source developers were quick to start working on these easy projects and now the list has been updated with some more easy action items if you want to venture into the world of open-source GPU driver development.
16 February 2014 - Newbie Projects - 1 Comment

Gallium3D VDPAU Gets Improved Deinterlacing

Hitting mainline Mesa this morning are improvements to the VDPAU state tracker.
14 February 2014 - VDPAU - 7 Comments

XA Acceleration Coming To Freedreno Gallium3D

Rob Clark has sent out a set of patches enabling the XA state tracker for the Freedreno Gallium3D graphics driver.
9 February 2014 - Freedreno - 8 Comments

The Top Features Of Mesa 10.1 For Linux GPU Drivers

Mesa 10.1 should be released by the end of February if all goes according to plan. Here's a look at some of the most interesting features to be found in this next major release that provides the open-source 3D graphics drivers for the Linux desktop.
8 February 2014 - Mesa 10.1 - 3 Comments

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