Website phoronix claims that the new nvidia beta drivers for linux have support for the unreleased OpenGL 3.2 standard. The change log of nvidia doesn't say anything about the new spec, but one of the screenshots on Phoronix does indeed show that the nvidia panel says it supports version 3.2 of OpenGL.
Read it here: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...gl32&num=1
Any thoughts? I was indeed expecting something for siggraph as is mentioned in the article, but didn't expect to hear about OpenGL 3.2 for the first time like this. According to the article no new hardware is required for the new spec (which makes sense because OpenGL 3.0/3.1 already requires DirectX 10 class hardware... besides AMD's DirectX 10.1 hardware there is nothing newer than that on the market yet).
I wonder which of the extensions will become requirements for OpenGL 3.2... perhaps they finaly include the geometry shader, because AMD has taken its first steps in their drivers towards support of them...