Mesa 13.0.5 Is Coming In The Next Few Days

Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 17 February 2017 at 12:25 PM EST. Add A Comment
For those that haven't made the move yet to Mesa 17, Mesa 13.0.5 is going to be released in the next few days.

Emil Velikov has announced the release candidate for Mesa 13.0.5 with the plan to release this new Mesa 13 point release around Sunday, 19 February.

Mesa 13.0.5 incorporates a GLVND fix, EGL Wayland buffer age rendering support is restored, a number of GLSL patches including some to fix CTS/dEQP tests, a couple Vulkan fixes, and then updates for RADV/R600/RadeonSI/i965/ANV.

Those wondering about particular changes to find in Mesa 13.0.5 can find the list of currently queued patches via this mailing list post.
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