Vulkan 1.1.106 Released As The Latest Update For This Graphics / Compute API
Written by Michael Larabel in Vulkan on 8 April 2019 at 09:38 AM EDT. 1 Comment
It's been over two weeks since the release of Vulkan 1.1.105 while now it's been succeeded by Vulkan 1.1.106.

Vulkan 1.1.106 is out to kick off a new week, but in reality it's not all that exciting. With Vulkan 1.1.106 there aren't any new extensions for this cross-platform graphics/compute API nor is there any major changes, but just the usual maintenance updates and other text clean-ups.

Vulkan 1.1.106 though is useful in that it adds a search box and search index for the chunked HTML documentation to make it easier searching through the multi-page HTML specification.

That's about it though and for anyone wanting to know the minor changes in Vulkan 1.1.106 can learn about them via this GitHub commit.
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