Marius Bakke <email@example.com> skribis:
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> Guillaume Le Vaillant <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Tobias Geerinckx-Rice via Bug reports for GNU Guix <email@example.com> skribis:
>>> Romulasry, are you suffering from specific Mesa 20.0.7 problems that 20.2.2
>>> might fix? Please let us know. An otherwise working package not being at the
>>> latest upstream version isn't a bug.
>>> romulasry via Bug reports for GNU Guix 写道：
>>>> Mesa 20.2.2 is released
>>> The core-updates branch updates Mesa to 20.1.9. Would you like to submit
>>> a (tested) core-updates patch updating it to 20.2.2?
>> Mesa 20.2 brings direct OpenGL rendering support for Nvidia RTX 20xx
>> graphic cards with the nouveau driver, whereas with our current version
>> these cards have to use LLVMpipe.
>> I tested the update quickly on my local staging branch using glxgears
>> and vlc, and it worked fine. When reading a video the CPU usage dropped
>> from 30% to 2%, which is nice.
> That is great news.
> The current 'staging' branch is just about ready for merge[*], so a Mesa
> update will have to wait until the next round.
> However, I think libGL is fairly ABI-stable, so you may be able to
> "graft" this version in the mean time, like in commit
> [*] gst-plugins-good fails on armhf and i686, not sure what to do about
> it yet: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/gst-plugins-good/-/issues/803
I'll try this grafting trick, thanks for the pointer.
I saw that issue 803 of gst-plugin-good has been closed with patch
2ce5909f; are there other things blocking the merge of the 'staging'
branch into 'master'?