Mesa 17.0.1 Is Near, Release Candidate Is Out

Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 1 March 2017 at 01:58 PM EST. 5 Comments
Emil Velikov has announced the availability today of the Mesa 17.0.1 release candidate.

Mesa 17.0.1 RC has five dozen patches prepped for this first point release to Mesa 17. Mesa 17.0.1 has a GLVND fix, a number of crash fixes for Gallium3D drivers, improved compute shader support in Nouveau, Intel OpenGL and Vulkan fixes, and a wide range of other work. Mesa 17.0.1 as usual is mainly comprised of bug/regression fixes while Mesa 17.1 due out in about two months will be the next feature release.

Mesa 17.0.1 will be officially released this Friday if all goes according to plan. More details on the Mesa 17.0.1 release candidate can be found via the mailing list announcement.
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