Libdrm 2.4.57 Brings Android Build Support & More
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 28 September 2014 at 01:09 PM EDT. Add A Comment
MESA --
A notable Mesa DRM library update was released today.

Rob Clark, the Red Hat employee and Freedreno developer, announced the release today of libdrm 2.4.57. The highlights of this latest libdrm update include:

- Intel Userptr support.

- Android build support.

- New "SI" and "CIK" PCI IDs for the libdrm Radeon graphics driver code.

- DMA-BUF import/export helpers were added to libdrm's Freedreno driver support.

More details via dri-devel.
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