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    Phoronix: Mesa 19.2's Feature Freeze / Release Candidate Process Beginning Tomorrow

    Mesa 19.2 was supposed to be branched marking its feature freeze two weeks ago on 6 August along with the issuing of the first release candidate. That milestone has yet to be crossed but should happen tomorrow...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag....2-RC-Tomorrow

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    Looks like it won't make it for 19.2 (Karol Herbst is on vacation this week, so can't respond to final code review comments), but hopefully 19.3 will have the clover SPIRV support that Karol and Pierre Moreau have been working on, which means that Nouveau would actually get working clover (CL1.1 is still better than no CL at all) support soon. Probably unblocks clover support for a few other architectures as well.

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    • #3
      I get crashes with the Radeon 5700XT (Navi) on Mesa Git, LLVM 10, and Linux 5.3 while playing Quake Champions on Ultra.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lanz View Post
        I get crashes with the Radeon 5700XT (Navi) on Mesa Git, LLVM 10, and Linux 5.3 while playing Quake Champions on Ultra.
        How do you reproduce that crash? Does it also crash on Low/Medium/High?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hakzsam View Post

          How do you reproduce that crash? Does it also crash on Low/Medium/High?
          It's actually resolved, either due to kernel updates, Mesa/LLVM-git updates, or Proton/Quake Champions updates. Just checked - forgot it wasn't working.

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