More Intel Driver Code Merged Into DRM-Next For Linux 4.2 Kernel
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 19 May 2015 at 09:49 AM EDT. 9 Comments
INTEL --
David Airlie has pulled Intel's latest batch of changes into DRM-Next that they've been queuing up for merging into the Linux 4.2 kernel.

Among this latest batch of Intel DRM kernel driver changes for Linux 4.2 include Skylake plane scalar support, enabling the Haswell command parser, Skylake DC5/DC6 support, DisplayPort compliance/support improvements, fixes for allowing Skylake to work from system resume, the mode-setting code now fully uses atomic state objects, and there's more work on the enablement of the new Intel Broxton hardware.

More details on this latest batch of Intel DRM changes for Linux 4.2 that were already accepted into DRM-Next can be found via this intel-gfx message.
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