[ubuntu-x] Updated plans for Lucid?
tjaalton at cc.hut.fi
Sat Jan 2 08:15:43 GMT 2010
On Fri, 1 Jan 2010, Geir Ove Myhr wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 7:37 AM, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
>> going to 7.7 makes sense
>> blocker: libdrm needs to be updated to 2.4.17 (or newer) for new
>> intel/ati/nouveau/mesa. There are some known regressions though, and those
>> are being worked on.
> So when the libdrm regressions get sorted out (and they will?) the
> plan is to pull new intel/ati/nouveau/mesa into Lucid? Would there be
> a PPA where we can start testing those already, even with the
> problematic libdrm? As far as I understand xorg-edgers currently have
> versions well beyond what we expect will be in Lucid. At least it has
> the 7.8 branch of mesa, but it would be nice to be able to ask people
> to test the 7.7 branch in order to check if a bug is fixed there or
> not. Also, there will be bugs in xorg-edgers that were introduced
> after the versions we expect will land in Lucid were branched off.
There isn't but probably should be. I'll prepare at least libdrm and mesa
and upload them somewhere.
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