LunarG has released new Vulkan SDKs for Windows, Linux, and macOS based on the 220.127.116.11 header. This release includes maintenance updates, the latest extensions, and a link to the new Vulkan License Registry.
Overview of new additions to Vulkan SDK 18.104.22.168
- Licensing for the SDK is clarified with the release of the Vulkan License Registry. In addition, the SDK license has been updated.
- Improved validation layer coverage and bug fixes
- Since the release of SDK 22.214.171.124, the following extensions have been added to the Vulkan spec and may be supported by a Vulkan device. To query extensions available to a given physical device, call
vkEnumerateDeviceExtensionProperties()or run vulkaninfo.
The vktrace and vkreplay tools currently included in this SDK will be removed in the next 3-6 months. It will be replaced with GFX Reconstruct. Vktrace/vkreplay will still be available via a github repository but will not be included in future SDKs.
For more information
Much of the documentation for this SDK is contained in the Getting Started Guides (Windows Getting Started Guide, Linux Getting Started Guide, macOS Getting Started Guide), found in the Documentation directory of the SDK and on this website. Please read the Release Notes for Linux, Release Notes for Windows, or Release Notes for macOS for additional information or go to the Vulkan SDK download site to download this new SDK.
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