Mesa 19.2.7 Release Notes / 2019-12-04

Mesa 19.2.7 is a bug fix release which fixes bugs found since the 19.2.6 release.

Mesa 19.2.7 implements the OpenGL 4.5 API, but the version reported by glGetString(GL_VERSION) or glGetIntegerv(GL_MAJOR_VERSION) / glGetIntegerv(GL_MINOR_VERSION) depends on the particular driver being used. Some drivers don’t support all the features required in OpenGL 4.5. OpenGL 4.5 is only available if requested at context creation. Compatibility contexts may report a lower version depending on each driver.

Mesa 19.2.7 implements the Vulkan 1.1 API, but the version reported by the apiVersion property of the VkPhysicalDeviceProperties struct depends on the particular driver being used.

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New features

  • None

Bug fixes

  • ld.lld: error: duplicate symbol (mesa-19.3.0-rc1)

  • triangle strip clipping with GL_FIRST_VERTEX_CONVENTION causes wrong vertex’s attribute to be broadcasted for flat interpolation

  • [bisected][regression][g45,g965,ilk] piglit arb_fragment_program kil failures


Bas Nieuwenhuizen (2):

  • radv: Allocate cmdbuffer space for buffer marker write.

  • radv: Unify max_descriptor_set_size.

Boris Brezillon (1):

  • gallium: Fix the ->set_damage_region() implementation

Ian Romanick (1):

  • intel/fs: Disable conditional discard optimization on Gen4 and Gen5

Faith Ekstrand (1):

  • anv: Set up SBE_SWIZ properly for gl_Viewport

Jonathan Gray (2):

  • winsys/amdgpu: avoid double simple_mtx_unlock()

  • i965: update Makefile.sources for perf changes

Rhys Perry (1):

  • radv: set writes_memory for global memory stores/atomics

Samuel Pitoiset (3):

  • radv: fix enabling sample shading with SampleID/SamplePosition

  • radv/gfx10: fix implementation of exclusive scans

  • radv: fix compute pipeline keys when optimizations are disabled

Yevhenii Kolesnikov (1):

  • meson: Fix linkage of libgallium_nine with libgalliumvl

Zebediah Figura (1):

  • Revert “draw: revert using correct order for prim decomposition.”