Mesa 19.1.1 and 19.0.7 are now available

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19.0.7 is the last bug-fix release of the Mesa 19.0 series. It's over, 19.0 is done. It has several fixes for RADV back-ported from the 19.1 series. The new point release for the 19.1 series has smaller fixes for most of the graphics drivers (RADV, ANV, Nouveau, Virgl, V3D, R300g).

The Complete list of News in 19.0.7

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  • radv: Prevent out of bound shift on 32-bit builds.
  • radv: Decompress DCC when the image format is not allowed for buffers.
  • radv: Fix vulkan build in meson.
  • anv: Fix vulkan build in meson.
  • meson: Allow building radeonsi with just the android platform.
  • svga: Remove unnecessary check for the pre flush bit for setting vertex buffers
  • winsys/svga/drm: Fix 32-bit RPCI send message
  • docs: Add SHA256 sums for 19.0.6
  • cherry-ignore: add additional 19.1 only patches
  • Bump version for 19.0.7 release
  • Docs add 19.0.7 release notes
  • mapi: correctly handle the full offset table
  • virgl: Add a caps feature check version
  • virgl: Assume sRGB write control for older guest kernels or virglrenderer hosts
  • i965: support UYVY for external import only
  • nir/propagate_invariant: Don't add NULL vars to the hash table
  • anv: Set STATE_BASE_ADDRESS upper bounds on gen7
  • glsl: Fix out of bounds read in shader_cache_read_program_metadata
  • gallium/winsys/kms: Fix dumb buffer bpp
  • st/mesa: Add rgbx handling for fp formats
  • intel/perf: fix EuThreadsCount value in performance equations
  • intel/perf: improve dynamic loading config detection
  • egl: Don't add hardware device if there is no render node v2.
  • anv/cmd_buffer: Initalize the clear color struct for CNL+
  • anv: Fix check for isl_fmt in assert
  • radv: fix alpha-to-coverage when there is unused color attachments
  • radv: fix setting CB_SHADER_MASK for dual source blending
  • radv: fix occlusion queries on VegaM
  • radv: fix VK_EXT_memory_budget if one heap isn't available
  • radv: fix FMASK expand with SRGB formats

The Complete list of News in 19.1.1

  • v3d: fix checking twice auf flag
  • radv: Skip transitions coming from external queue.
  • radv: Decompress DCC when the image format is not allowed for buffers.
  • radv: Fix vulkan build in meson.
  • anv: Fix vulkan build in meson.
  • meson: Allow building radeonsi with just the android platform.
  • nouveau: fix frees in unsupported IR error paths.
  • freedreno/a5xx: Fix indirect draw max_indices calculation
  • util/futex: fix dangling pointer use
  • glx: fix glvnd pointer types
  • util/os_file: resize buffer to what was actually needed
  • virgl: Assume sRGB write control for older guest kernels or virglrenderer hosts
  • i965: support UYVY for external import only
  • anv: Set STATE_BASE_ADDRESS upper bounds on gen7
  • docs: Add SHA256 sums for 19.1.0
  • Update version to 19.1.1
  • docs: add release notes for 19.1.1
  • glsl: Fix out of bounds read in shader_cache_read_program_metadata
  • iris: Fix iris_flush_and_dirty_history to actually dirty history.
  • gallium/winsys/kms: Fix dumb buffer bpp
  • st/mesa: Add rgbx handling for fp formats
  • anv: do not parse genxml data without INTEL_DEBUG=bat
  • intel/dump: fix segfault when the app hasn't accessed the device
  • egl: Don't add hardware device if there is no render node v2.
  • r300g: restore performance after RADEON_FLAG_NO_INTERPROCESS_SHARING was added
  • freedreno/a6xx: un-swap X24S8_UINT
  • radv: fix occlusion queries on VegaM
  • radv: fix VK_EXT_memory_budget if one heap isn't available
  • radv: fix FMASK expand with SRGB formats
  • radv: disable viewport clamping even if FS doesn't write Z

Fedora users can get on the 19.1.x series by using copr backports from rawide. These are still on 19.1.x as of now but will likely be updated 19.1.1 soon.

The new Mesa packages can be downloaded from https://mesa.freedesktop.org/archive/ if you would like to compile them yourself.


published 2019-06-26last edited 2019-06-26


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