Mesa 12.0.2 Released, Fixes For Intel Vulkan Driver, Wayland-EGL Crashes
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 5 September 2016 at 11:18 AM EDT. 12 Comments
MESA --
The long-awaited Mesa point release update to Mesa 12 is now available with a variety of fixes for these open-source graphics drivers.

Mesa 12.0.2 brings many stability improvements to the Mesa 12.0 release from earlier this summer. Mesa 12.0.2 takes care of addressing crashes in GLX, EGL, and Wayland EGL. There are also numerous memory leak fixes for video decoding drivers. The Intel Vulkan driver has also been made more robust by only exporting the needed symbols rather than all symbols, which should fix some behavioral problems and crashes.

There are also Android fixes and various fixes to the numerous OpenGL drivers. In total there are more than 150 fixes/changes with Mesa 12.0.2 given the time that's passed since the last stable release. A full list of fixes can be found via the mailing list announcement.
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