[Xorg] Next X.Org Foundation release plan
alexdeucher at gmail.com
Fri Jul 9 13:03:35 PDT 2004
On Fri, 09 Jul 2004 11:29:03 -0700, Eric Anholt <eta at lclark.edu> wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-07-09 at 10:54, Kevin E Martin wrote:
> > On today's release wranglers call, the group discussed plans for having
> > the next X.Org Foundation release by August 25th. The primary new
> > features planned for this release are three new extensions: Damage,
> > XFixes and Composite.
> > Some of the open questions are:
> > - What is the state of each of these extensions, and what additional
> > work is needed to complete their integration into the CVS repository?
> > - What other functionality should be integrated before the release?
> > - Is the DRI support up-to-date or are there additional bug fixes that
> > need to be applied to the tree?
> > - What other patches/bug fixes are needed?
> > - Other items and/or open questions?
> AFAIK the damage/fixes bits are ready to go, but we'll want to test them
> with Composite and all the damage/fixes-using programs that composite
> allows. I've pushed "Doing Composite in xorg" up to the top of my TODO
> list so I should have something soon.
> We'll need to take a look at bugfixes to pull in from DRI/Mesa CVS. DRI
> CVS has been destabilized somewhat by the TLS prep work that's happened,
> but supposedly all the known issues (except for the sparc asm dispatch,
> which can be just disabled) have been fixed. I'll look into what needs
> to be brought in some time before release, but not in the next couple of
> weeks. It would also be nice to get
> http://freedesktop.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=709 fixed as I'm
> concerned about compatibility issues if it isn't.
can we also confirm that the DDX changes from the DRI tree work? I'm
been meaning to test radeon mergedfb at least, but I've been super
busy lately and my laptop has become completely unreliable since
upgrading to fedora core 2. Plus the last time I tried to check out
the xorg cvs tree it failed somewhere in the build. It would also be
nice to get the rest of ati's code drop included (r400 support, new
crtc handling, etc.) however, I don't know when I or anyone else will
have time to integrate that.
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