Mesa 17.0.3 Being Prepped With 30+ Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 30 March 2017 at 12:39 PM EDT. Add A Comment
MESA --
Andres Gomez of Igalia has stepped up to the plate to manage Mesa 17.0.3 as the newest Mesa stable update. The plan is to release it officially by the end of week while today the release candidate is available.

Over Mesa 17.0.2, the 17.0.3 update currently has 32 patches queued but potentially more may still make it into this next release. The fixes include problems with the GLSL compiler, the Intel OpenGL and Vulkan drivers, Nouveau performance improvements, RADV fixes, and various other fixes.

More details on the Mesa 17.0.3 release candidate can be found via mesa-announce. Mesa 17.0.3 is currently scheduled for release on Saturday, 1 April. Mesa 17.1 as the next feature update is due out in May.
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