Mesa 19.2-RC3 Released While Final Release Expected Around Month's End
Written by Michael Larabel in Mesa on 12 September 2019 at 08:18 AM EDT. 1 Comment
MESA --
The third release candidate of the belated Mesa 19.2 is now available while a fourth and likely final RC is expected next week while the stable release of this quarterly Mesa3D update should be out at month's end.

Mesa 19.2-RC3 back-ports the new support for DriConf in Intel's Vulkan driver (for a workaround with GfxBench), various NIR fixes, a GLX segmentation fault is fixed, a few RADV and RadeonSI fixes (including Navi/GFX10 fixes for RadeonSI), and the Intel glthread crash fix for KDE's KWin.

The complete list of changes for this week's Mesa 19.2-RC3 release can be found via the release announcement. More tests of Mesa 19.2 coming up shortly on Phoronix.
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