[Mesa-dev] [ANNOUNCE] Mesa 18.1.4 release candidate
dylan at pnwbakers.com
Fri Jul 13 17:03:08 UTC 2018
No, thank you for pointing this out, as 18.1.4 would have shipped with that
regression. When the announce email goes out I sync the 18.1 branch with the
staging/18.1 branch, and any additional patches pulled into staging/18.1 will be
for the next release at that point.
I've gone ahead and pulled the fix for that bug into the 18.1 branch, and it
will be in 18.1.4.
Quoting Mark Janes (2018-07-13 08:49:57)
> Oops -- sorry, I was looking at the 18.1 branch, which is already
> updated with most (but not all) of the commits in the staging/18.1
> Mark Janes <mark.a.janes at intel.com> writes:
> > I think you've included a patch that caused a regression, but not the fix
> > https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=107193
> > Dylan Baker <dylan at pnwbakers.com> writes:
> >> Hi List,
> >> Mesa 18.1.4 is planned for release this Friday, July 13th, at or around 10 AM
> >> PDT.
> >> There are currently:
> >> - 27 queued
> >> - 1 nominated
> >> - 0 rejected
> >> In the mesa repo, the branch "staging/18.1" in the mesa gitlab will (unless bugs
> >> are found) be rebased into the 18.1 branch for the release on Friday. This has
> >> been run though the Intel CI already and passes there, anyone who wants to test
> >> on other hardware/drivers please do so and report any bugs.
> >> Dylan
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