Of course not, that's the entire point of ES API's. The ES stands for "embedded system", aka cheap low-power hardware.
Originally Posted by uid313
The point was that the API is going to be released in 2012, so if it's implemented in Mesa does that mean that it's up to 2012 standards? The real world is a little more complicated.
RandR version inaccuracy
It appears this announcement is a little inaccurate in that it specifies RandR version 1.5 - the announcement itself does not mention the specific version of randr included. A slightly later announcement - http://lists.x.org/archives/xorg/2012-July/054852.html - does. Randr version 1.4 will be the version to include the provider object support, and is as far as I can tell the newest version.