[ANNOUNCE] xf86-video-intel 2.13.902

Chris Wilson chris at chris-wilson.co.uk
Fri Dec 10 07:43:19 PST 2010

It's getting close to party time, and so for all of those lucky enough to
be receiving Sandy Bridge stocking fillers this Christmas, Intel would
like to present you with a working driver... But first you have to help us
test it! So without further ado, here is the first release candidate for

Chris Wilson (26):
      uxa: Fix crash after allocation failure
      i915: Disable maximum state addresses
      uxa: Relax fencing some more for gen3
      Disable BLT for i830 and 845G
      i965: Use reciprocal scale factors to avoid the divide per-vertex-element
      i965: Upload an entire vbo in a single pwrite, rather than per-rectangle
      i965: Amalgamate surface binding tables
      Wait on the current buffer to complete when running synchronously.
      i965: Check for potential vertex array overflow every time
      i965: Also flush the vertex buffer when restarting the array.
      display: Flush any pending batches before changing modes.
      uxa: Prevent reading past the last byte on upload/download
      snb: Emit more invariants only once
      snb: Cache state between composite ops
      snb: Cache pixmap binding locations
      snb: Restore drawrect, we need the implicit flush
      snb: Only emit CC and DepthStencil bos once per batch
      uxa: Emit the damage after the render for the workaround in uxa_solid_rects
      Always flush the batch before blocking for new X requests
      i965: Invalidate pixmap binding location on reuse.
      i965: The RenderCache flush after every glyph is required for compiz
      i965: Mark sure we mark reused render targets as dirty
      Revert "i965: The RenderCache flush after every glyph is required for compiz"
      configure: Bump required libdrm to 2.4.23
      NEWS: Add entry for the 2.13.902 snapshot
      configure: version bump for 2.13.902

Keith Packard (1):
      Mark outputs as DPMSModeOn and restore backlight at mode set

Matthias Hopf (1):
      Don't use hardware acceleration on Sandybridge rev 07 hardware or earlier.

git tag: 2.13.902

MD5:  e93b7967df7839b0e4d220a2a7a2d0b7  xf86-video-intel-2.13.902.tar.bz2
SHA1: 3ecd3c8bcdf8229131335e3ba59eeb4380532284  xf86-video-intel-2.13.902.tar.bz2

MD5:  4e43c1861687da2f9621cc50931b5dc7  xf86-video-intel-2.13.902.tar.gz
SHA1: 99512d07300948a0098065d10362d0e4b93679f8  xf86-video-intel-2.13.902.tar.gz

Chris Wilson, Intel Open Source Technology Centre

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