Mesa 17.1.10 Is Being Prepped As The Final 17.1 Update
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 21 September 2017 at 08:34 PM EDT. Add A Comment
MESA --
J.A. Suarez Romero of Igalia is preparing Mesa 17.1.10 as the final point release for the Mesa 17.1 release stream.

The release candidate is out today while Romero is planning to issue this final update to Mesa 17.1 by next week Monday, 25 September. Following that, users are encouraged to upgrade to the stable Mesa 17.2 series.

Mesa 17.1.10 features some build system updates, state tracker fixes, Intel i965 OpenGL and ANV driver fixes, some Raspberry Pi VC4 driver updates, some test case fixes for the AMD drivers, and other mostly mundane maintenance work.

The list of the 40+ patches so far for Mesa 17.1.10 can be found via Mesa-dev.
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