Mesa 12.0.3 Is An Emergency Release For Intel Users
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 15 September 2016 at 06:52 AM EDT. 9 Comments
Emil Velikov announced the "emergency release" this morning of Mesa 12.0.3 as the latest stable installment for the Mesa 12.0 series.

Mesa 12.0.3 reverts an earlier commit (i965/miptree: Stop multiplying cube depth by 6 in HiZ) that was causing a number of regressions for all Intel devices powered by the i965 Mesa driver. Aside from that, was just updating a download URL and the preparations for tagging this immediate release.

Intel users wanting to upgrade to Mesa 12.0.3 can find the details via this mailing list post.
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