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A Proposal For Compiling Direct3D HLSL With LLVM

Lately we have been talking a lot about this year's Google Summer of Code whereby Google pays student developers to work on various free software projects over the summer. While GSoC has been taking place for several years, this year there's been several interesting proposals expressed. Among the proposals to...

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Intel Advances Solid State Storage

Third generation of Intel SSDs debut with larger capacities and better performance.

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Gallium3D's LLVMpipe Under LLVM 2.9

Version 2.9 of the Low-Level Virtual Machine is set to be released in a little more than a week, but what will it mean much for users in terms of performance? We will be looking at the LLVM 2.9 and Clang performance in the coming days (along with GCC 4.6,...

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Gallium3D OpenCL May Finally Get Some Needed Love

It was in early 2009 when we heard that OpenCL and OpenGL 3.1 state trackers would be here hopefully soon for Gallium3D. Well, nearly two years later, neither state tracker has yet to emerge. There's no OpenGL 3.x state tracker in development and core Mesa only has limited support for...

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The AMD "Radeon HD 8000" Open-Source Milestone

The discussion surrounding issues with the Linux kernel DRM code has been quite interesting. From the 40+ comments so far, there's been some interesting feedback from some of the key open-source driver developers along with AMD. In particular, the generation to succeed the next-generation of AMD graphics processors (what will...

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Wayland, Dumb Frame-Buffers & Embedded SoCs

If you're not following the many Linux development mailing lists out there, the latest major discussion surrounding the Wayland Display Server that's spanned the Wayland, DRI/DRM, and Fbdev mailing lists has been about using Wayland on "dumb frame-buffers", KMS vs. fbdev, and DRM drivers on embedded SoCs...

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