Mesa 17.1.10 Released, Time To Upgrade To Mesa 17.2
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 25 September 2017 at 01:48 PM EDT. 15 Comments
MESA --
Mesa 17.1.10 just hit the wire and is the last planned update for the Mesa 17.1 series.

Mesa 17.1.10 features some build system improvements, various Gallium3D fixes, Intel OpenGL and Vulkan fixes, RadeonSI and RADV fixes around eEQP compliance, and a variety of other fixes and minor updates.

The complete list of Mesa 17.1.10 changes can be found via the release announcement.

Users are encouraged now to switch to this quarter's Mesa 17.2 series, which presently is at v17.2.1. In about two months meanwhile will be the Mesa 17.3 update to end out the year of Mesa 3D feature releases before rolling onto Mesa 18.0 early next year.
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