Continuing to boost the feature set of the post-processing layer for vkBasalt, a new release is up and it appears we missed a few smaller in-between releases too.
Version 0.2.0 was released yesterday, adding in support for SMAA which is a higher-quality form of anti-aliasing which can be enabled in the config file. With that in vkBasalt now supports: Contrast Adaptive Sharpening, Fast Approximate Anti-Aliasing and Enhanced Subpixel Morphological Anti-Aliasing so it's advancing quite quickly.
There's also a new option in there to allow you to enable multiple options at once, 32-bit support is easier with it all now under a single "ENABLE_VKBASALT" variable, improvements to the config system to allow the config file to have white space and you can now change settings like the "subpixel Anti-Aliasing strength for FXAA". A few bug fixes also made it into this release.