[ANNOUNCE] libdrm 2.4.15

Eric Anholt eric at anholt.net
Thu Oct 8 17:11:08 PDT 2009

This release includes support in libdrm for marking the userland BO
cache as purgeable, so that 2.6.32 kernels will automatically throw it
out for us under memory pressure.  Pretty awesome.  To make up for the
slight performance hit there, we've got some further performance and
memory wins that more than make up for it.

Chris Wilson (5):
      intel: Mark cached bo as purgeable
      intel: Use atomic refcounters
      intel: report errno
      intel: Add a configure option to *disable* building libdrm-intel
      tests: Disable intel-specific tests with --disable-intel

Eric Anholt (7):
      intel: Add a new function to check if a BO's reloc tree references some BO.
      intel: Don't free the reloc list when putting a freed BO in the cache.
      intel: Don't allocate more relocation entries than the BO could support.
      intel: Reformat to the kernel coding style.  Welcome to the 8-space future.
      intel: Fix up some stale doxygen comments.
      intel: Remove the asserts about the ignored alignment parameter.
      Bump to 2.4.15 for release.

Jesse Barnes (1):
      intel: Add a bo_alloc function for tiled BOs.

Michel Dänzer (1):
      libdrm_radeon: Update RADEON_TILING_* flags to what's in current kernels.

Nicolai Hähnle (1):
      libdrm_radeon: Zero-initialize structures to silence valgrind warnings

git tag: 2.4.15

MD5: 7f5026d72145250e736f583fd60a2ce6  libdrm-2.4.15.tar.bz2
SHA1: 0950c16517caf13f360d08c1569fd0bb5438d593  libdrm-2.4.15.tar.bz2

MD5: 2e900417d8a07adda2a43c94e53ff16c  libdrm-2.4.15.tar.gz
SHA1: e5c68a053198047c9fd2c9d7ed8e0223e7b51d13  libdrm-2.4.15.tar.gz

Eric Anholt
eric at anholt.net                         eric.anholt at intel.com

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