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Open-Source Intel Mesa Driver Now Supports OpenGL 3.2

Anonymous Coward writes | about 10 months ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Mesa and its open-source Intel graphics driver now are in compliant with the OpenGL 3.2 specification. It took four years for Mesa to get up to GL 3.2 / GLSL 1.50 compliance and supporting the other Mesa drivers aren't too far behind, but they're still years behind in supporting OpenGL 4. Supporting a major new OpenGL API has resulted in Mesa 10.0 being called the next release and it has many other features too like performance improvements and new Gallium3D features. OpenGL 3.3 support might also be completed prior to the Mesa 10.0 release in November."
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