Mesa 11.1 RC2 Brings Dozens Of Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 30 November 2015 at 07:27 PM EST. 9 Comments
MESA --
It's coming a few days late, but Mesa 11.1 Release Candidate 2 was officially released today.

Mesa 11.1 when released later in December will have many new features but doesn't bump the overall OpenGL version support. Now being past the Mesa Git branching, Mesa 11.1-RC2 is just about bug/regression fixing.

Mesa 11.1-RC2 has many core Mesa fixes, several Freedreno A4xx improvements, disables AMD VCE support for the yet-to-be-released Stoney APUs, there are some RadeonSI improvements, and an assortment of other fixes.

More details via the Mesa 11.1-RC2 release announcement while Mesa 11.1.0 stable will be out within a few weeks.

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