There's A Direct3D 9.0 Gallium3D State Tracker
Phoronix: There's A Direct3D 9.0 Gallium3D State Tracker
In a Phoronix Forums thread in regards to a 2010 Linux graphics driver wish-list, a developer has shared that he has started a Direct3D 9.0 state tracker for Windows! Yes, where it would actually be possible to accelerate Direct3D 9.0 while on Linux when using a Gallium3D hardware driver. This state tracker called "nine" is not merged to Mesa master, at least not yet, but can be found in the ~jsindholt/mesa repository. The state tracker's documentation describes this Direct3D 9.0 ST as providing: What is this? An implementation of the C++ API as seen in Direct3D 9.0c. It's meant to be an easy and reliable way for WINE to emulate D3D9 applications from Windows on free platforms (though I believe the WINE devs don't give two shits about it), and enable users to more easily port their Direct3D 9 applications. What is this not? A binary compatible, or COM compatible implementation of Direct3D...