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  • A Bunch Of New Code Merged Into Mesa 19.1: Intel ANV, Iris, Softpipe, Virgl

    Phoronix: A Bunch Of New Code Merged Into Mesa 19.1: Intel ANV, Iris, Softpipe, Virgl

    Mesa developers have been off to a busy start this week with a lot of new code merged affecting multiple drivers...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...unch-Of-Merges

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    Still no OpenGL 4.6 support. 😢

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    • #3
      Have we seen graphics benchmarks of the software rasterizers using some of those multi-socket Xeon and Epyc servers? I'm still a bit curious to see if games can actually become playable if given enough CPU cores.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
        Still no RADV freesync support, a fully working patch exists but gaming people are forced to compile it.
        I'm in a similar situation with the iris driver, I want to try it out with Dolphin (emulator) and some Steam Play/Proton/Windows games, but the community repository I'm using, which is based off git master, doesn't have it for some reason. Maybe iris requires a new kernel feature to work, so compiling of it was turned off for openSUSE 15.0?!

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        • #5
          Debianxfce, shut the fuck up. Submit patches or fuck off you idiot.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
            [...]you can use Debian testing Xfce or ubuntu cosmic.
            I'd rather figure out why khnazile's repo doesn't have it and/or see how difficult compiling it myself is than have to reboot and manage two installations for such a minor thing.
            Who knows, maybe I'll even contribute if I can manage to compile it, use it, find my way through the code, understand C/C++... oh jeez, well my minimal experience with Rust might help

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            • #7
              Originally posted by chinoto View Post
              Maybe iris requires a new kernel feature to work, so compiling of it was turned off for openSUSE 15.0?!
              Yes, Iris requires Linux 4.16:
              https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/...e_requests/283
              Leap 15.0 is at 4.12.

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