Mesa 17.2 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 4 September 2017 at 04:04 PM EDT. 20 Comments
MESA --
Mesa 17.2 is now officially available as the latest quarterly update to Mesa 3D after running a few weeks behind schedule.

Mesa 17.2 contains many RADV/ANV Vulkan driver improvements, Vulkan and OpenGL performance improvements, more work towards OpenGL 4.6 compliance, and a wealth of other open-source driver improvements. See our Mesa 17.2 feature overview for a full look at all of the exciting changes.

Mesa 17.2.0 can be fetched from Git. Meanwhile, in Git master is already an assortment of interesting improvements slated for the Mesa 17.3 release in about two months.
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