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Mesa 13.0.4 release candidate now available

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In addition to Mesa 17 getting a new release candidate, we also today have a Mesa 13.0.4 release candidate which should be released on Friday.

Emil writes on the mailing list announcement:
QuoteThe candidate for the Mesa 13.0.4 is now available. Currently we have:
- 61 queued
- 18 nominated (outstanding)
- and 2 rejected patch(es)

With this series we have - multiple fixes for the i965 and radeonsi drivers.
An odd glitch in glxgears and freedreno was resolved, with the ANV driver being
the prime source of patches - from compatibility improvements with newer Vulkan
loaders, smoketesting and various rendering and compliance fixes.

A couple of longstanding issues in the VA state tracker have also been resolved.


Mesa 13 is the current stable release, so it's good to see it continue to be updated. Since this is a point release, it's mainly just bug fixes for a better experience.

The plan is for it to be released Friday the 27th around 20:00 UTC. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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