August 15th, 2002
March 23rd, 2002
Feb 10th, 2002
- Initial testing of upgraded mga code runs quake with xfree4!
Still some problems, but major milestone has now been passed.
Feb 5th, 2002
- Basic nv hardware acceleration works, with xfree4.1.0.
Initial binary release for Solaris x86 made.
October 30th, 2000
- XFree4.x port under way. Software rendering works. Work in progress
for 'nv' and 'mach64' hardware directories.
- First candidates for the 0.10
beta release available for testing.
- The default directory has been changed!
- Otherwise not much has happened since the last update except bug fixes.
March 6th - Not so weekly Summary
- New driver-independent AGP allocation and deallocation code has been added.
- Major SiS 6326 updates.
- Stencil support on the G400 has been added.
- hw_boxes update in the mga driver. Paletted textures on the G200 is also supported
- The options for the Rage Pro driver has been changed.
- Mesa 3.2beta1 has been released.
February 23rd - Weekly Summary
- Our quest to write Mesa drivers for 3d accelerators, starting with the G200, is now more than a year old.
It was a somewhat shaky start, but it seems to have worked out rather well.
- Initial non complete support for the SiS 6326 added
- Lots of code duplication has been removed. Among them software buffer access.
- Otherwise most of the work last week was concentrated on the Rage Pro driver.
February 14th - Weekly Summary:
February 8th - Weekly summary:
- Major NVIDIA driver updates. Notably: Mesa 3.0 support has been dropped from the NVIDIA driver.
- Vertex reuse optimization added to the ATI Rage Pro driver.
- Preliminary DMA support has been added to the S3 driver.
January 30th - Weekly summary:
January 26th - Newsflash
January 22nd - Weekly summary:
- The S3 driver is shaping up.
- Otherwise not much happened this week.
- The homepage for the project has been moved to http://utah-glx.sourceforge.net
- The homepage has gotten some much needed attention. We will try to keep this news page updated with the latest
items of interest.
- We now have a unified glx.so.
It is now possible to compile one glx.so that will work with all supported chipsets.
- It seems
like NVIDIA, SGI and VA Linux is cooperating to make a certified OpenGL driver for the NVIDIA
- Some configuration options has been
mga_boxes, mga_logfile and
mga_loglevel and the corresponding mach64 variables
has been renamed to
hw_boxes, hw_logfile and
- The behaviour of