Enlightenment Releases EFL 1.12 With Better OpenGL & Wayland Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 10 November 2014 at 08:33 AM EST. Add A Comment
Version 1.12 of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries was released bright and early this morning.

EFL 1.12 was developed over the past three months and features Lua binding updates with Elua, many new features to the Eolian library, significant OpenGL changes, improved Wayland support, greater portability, and a range of other enhancements.

OpenGL changes in EFL 1.12 include supporting OpenGL ES 1.1 contexts, new EGL extensions being supported like fence_sync/wait_sync, improved directrendering support, and new EGL-like functions. The Wayland EFL enhancements include support for the IVI Shell, support for XDG Shell v4, and a new Evas GL DRM engine.

More EFL 1.12 details can be found at Enlightenment.org.
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