Mon. Jan 20th, 2020

Mesa 19.3.1 releases: 3D Graphics Library

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Mesa is a three-dimensional (3D) graphics library of open-source collection, the main goal is to Linux/UNIX operating system to achieve a variety of API (application programming interface) and OpenGL specification. It is for 3D computer graphics, hardware-accelerated 3D rendering and general processing on graphics processing units (GPGPU). In addition, the project also provides an implementation of software rendering.
Mesa 19.3.1 released.


Bug fixes

  • i965/iris: assert when destroy GL context with active query
  • Visuals without alpha bits are not sRGB-capable
  • radv secure compile feature breaks compilation of RADV on armhf EABI (19.3-rc1)


Bas Nieuwenhuizen (2):

    • amd/common: Fix tcCompatible degradation on Stoney.
    • amd/common: Always use addrlib for HTILE tc-compat.

Dylan Baker (3):

    • docs/19.3.0: Add SHA256 sums
    • cherry-ignore: update for the 19.3.1 cycle
    • docs: remove new_features.txt from stable branch

Gert Wollny (1):

    • virgl: Increase the shader transfer buffer by doubling the size

Iván Briano (1):

    • anv: Export filter_minmax support only when it’s really supported

Kenneth Graunke (1):

    • iris: Default to X-tiling for scanout buffers without modifiers

Lionel Landwerlin (2):

    • anv: fix fence underlying primitive checks
    • mesa: avoid triggering assert in implementation

Luis Mendes (1):

    • radv: fix radv secure compile feature breaks compilation on armhf EABI and aarch64

Tapani Pälli (2):

  • dri: add __DRI_IMAGE_FORMAT_SXRGB8
  • i965: expose MESA_FORMAT_B8G8R8X8_SRGB visual