You're welcome...Pulfer wrote:I'll take a close look at this package and most likely merge all non-experimental features to the official Rosa 2012.1 Mesa package.GvMariani wrote: * Mesa-9.0.1-69.2:
- added provision to build: osmesa library packages (enabled because it is needed by Wine 1.5.10+); wayland packages (enabled as in the standard packaging); radeonsi gallium driver (disabled for now because it needs the glamor library, not yet provided on Rosa 2012.1); opencl support for radeon (disabled for now because it needs llvm > 3.2 and libclc, not yet provided); support for the new glsl compiler for radeons (disabled for now because it needs llvm > 3.2);
- built also the drivers needed for VmWare (xa state tracker);
- built XvMC support and added a config file needed to having it actually work (but you will have to edit it according to your video card type: for instructions see the included README.XvMC file);
- removed vaapi build support and relevant patch and packages, because it was removed upstream;
- enabled, for testing purpose, some performance patches for r600g, taken from upstream: "make use of VRAM rather than GTT memory" and "re-enable discard_range handling";
- enabled the support of the texture-float feature, and hence the support for OpenGL 3.0 (3.1 on intel drivers).
You could also directly look at my gvm/mesa fork on ABF (branch rosa 2012.1):
I already have synced that with my actual packages because I'm planning to use ABF as main store for my MIB packages
(and use the master as play land for toying with the "future" packages from the git).
However I would more like to help directly if only I could find someone to interact with...