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Submission + - Mesa 10.2 Improves Linux's Open-Source Graphics Drivers (

An anonymous reader writes: Mesa 10.2 was introduced this week as the new shining example of what open source graphics (and open source projects in general) are capable of achieving. The latest release of this often underrepresented open source graphics driver project has many new OpenGL and driver features including a number of new OpenGL 4 extensions implemented, the reverse-engineered Freedreno driver now poses serious competition to Qualcomm's Adreno driver, an OpenMAX implementation was added for Radeon video encoding support, Intel Broadwell support now works better, the software rasterizer supports OpenGL 3.3, and many other changes are present.
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Mesa 10.2 Improves Linux's Open-Source Graphics Drivers

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