Eric Anholt Continues Tuning GLAMOR, Cleaning Up ARM CLCD Driver
Written by Michael Larabel in Arm on 21 March 2017 at 06:23 AM EDT. 3 Comments
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For those following the development of the open-source VC4 driver stack that notably supports the Raspberry Pi graphics hardware, developer Eric Anholt has published another status update.

As covered already, VC4 HDMI audio is coming to Linux 4.12 as a big milestone.

Then in other development work, Eric Anholt has been cleaning up the ARM CLCD controller driver in hopes of being able to merge that soon.

Eric has also been taking to some GLAMOR fixes within the X.Org Server, the generic means of 2D acceleration over OpenGL.

Those interested in all the details can find them via this blog post.
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