Mesa 10.5.2 Packs In A Handful Of Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 28 March 2015 at 04:44 PM EDT. 9 Comments
MESA --
Emil Velikov has pushed out a weekend update for stable Mesa users.

While Mesa Git is where all the exciting development activity takes place for the incorporated open-source graphics drivers, Mesa 10.5.2 is out today for those playing it safe.

As explained by Velikov, "Mesa 10.5.2 is now available. This release addresses bugs in the common glsl code-base, the libGL and glapi libraries, and the dri modules. The tarball no longer contains hardlinks and has all the haiku files. With this release one can build mesa without the need of python and mako."

Interested Mesa stable users can find out more via the release announcement.

For those not daily Phoronix readers (but you should be!), you can see our Mesa 10.6 articles to see some of what is in Git right now for the next version.
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