DX9 did.  I'm sure DX10 makes a firm choice one way or another and requires the 
driver to meet that level of functionality.
From: Henri Verbeet [hverb...@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2009 10:21 AM
To: Jakob Bornecrantz
Cc: Corbin Simpson; Keith Whitwell; Mesa3D-Development
Subject: Re: [Mesa3d-dev] Yet more r300g fear and loathing...

2009/12/21 Jakob Bornecrantz <ja...@vmware.com>:
> The good part with this is that the fallback module is optional and
> for state trackers that can handle some of the possible shortcomings
> or doesn't need all of the functionality don't need to wrap the pipe
> driver.
In that context, it's probably worth mentioning that D3D exposes this

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