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The DRM (direct rendering manager, not the content protection stuff) graphics
subsystem in the linux kernel does not have a generic 2D accelaration API.
Despite an awful lot of of GPUs having more or less featureful blitter
I’ve done a talk about the kernel community. It’s a hot take, but with the
feedback I’ve received thus far I think it was on the spot, and started a lot of
uncomfortable, but necessary discussion. I don’t think it’s time yet to give up
on this project, even if it will take years.
Linux has too many window systems. Ten years ago, there was only X11*. Now, we have X11, Wayland*, Mir*, Android*, and several other one-off window systems. Supporting all these window systems is difficult because window system issues weave themselves throughout your driver in weird ways.