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Thread: Mesa 9.1 Release Reaffirmed For Late February

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    Default Mesa 9.1 Release Reaffirmed For Late February

    Phoronix: Mesa 9.1 Release Reaffirmed For Late February

    Mesa 9.1 should be released by the end of February as the latest version of this bi-annual open-source OpenGL implementation that continues to slowly but surely pickup new functionality for most major graphics drivers...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI4NTQ

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    No OpenGL ES 3.0?

    Will we see outside of schedule MESA 10.0 when ES 3.0 will be ready?

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    Default Galium 3D

    So is Galium distributed with Mesa or is that separate?
    Can anyone provide a link on how to update Mesa (including Galium and drm)?

    I was using Galium 0.2 on a Radeon 6870, but it wasn't fast enough at 1080p, so I installed AMD catalyst.
    I was thinking maybe Galium was an older version on the distro (opensuse)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by przemoli View Post
    No OpenGL ES 3.0?

    Will we see outside of schedule MESA 10.0 when ES 3.0 will be ready?
    GLES3 will be part of this release (for the Intel driver, at least)

    I expect the next release to be 10.0 and include full GL3.3 support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsin View Post
    I was using Galium 0.2 on a Radeon 6870, but it wasn't fast enough at 1080p, so I installed AMD catalyst.
    I was thinking maybe Galium was an older version on the distro (opensuse)?
    If that's the last time you used Gallium...

    Updated to 0.4 on Feb 3 2010
    Updated to 0.3 on Mar 24 2009

    ... then you haven't used Gallium since before Mesa 7.5, which didn't have an R600 driver.

    Sorry, got a little carried away with git.

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