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The Khronos Group officially announced Vulkan API in March 2015, and officially released Vulkan 1.0 on February 16, 2016.Vulkan breaks compatibility with Open GL and completely abandons its monolithic state machine concept.For Linux, development has also been partially driven by crowdfunding.Video games outsource rendering calculations to the GPU over Open GL in real-time.Shaders are written in Open GL Shading Language or SPIR-V and compiled on the CPU. The free implementations of Wayland rely upon the Mesa implementation of EGL.The special library called libwayland-EGL, written to accommodate access to the framebuffer, should have been made obsolete by the EGL 1.5 release.Open GL ES 3.2 is possible with Intel Skylake (Gen9).Note that due to the modularized nature of Open GL, Mesa can actually support extensions from newer versions of Open GL without claiming full support for such versions.
Mesa is known as housing implementation of graphic APIs.The developers of Gallium3D called Vulkan to be something along the lines of Gallium3D 2.0 – Gallium3D separates the code that implements the Open GL state machine from the code that is specific to the hardware.As Gallium3D ingests TGSI, Vulkan ingests SPIR-V (Standard Portable Intermediate Representation version "V" as in "Vulkan").Historically the main API that Mesa has implemented is Open GL, along with other Khronos Group related specifications (like Open VG, Open GL ES or recently EGL).But Mesa can implement other APIs and indeed it did with Glide (deprecated) and Direct3D 9 (since July 2013.).