On 9/15/06, Niels Reedijk <niels.reedijk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
coding drivers itself. I meant that writing extensive documentation for the R5 driver API is probably a waste of energy, since the new API is going to obsolete it (keeping the R5 compat layer), and in that respect writing docs on the new API is useless since Haiku isn't that good and stable to test your drivers on.
Ah, then let me alter my original suggestion as well ;)
Maybe someone can gather up all the tutorials and sample drivers they can locate, and post them all in a single location (on the Haiku site maybe?) so that someone wishing to experiment with driver-writing has plenty of information that is easy to browse and locate.
Possibly a page on the new website developer section would suffice? Could also be added to the wiki I suppose.
Chris, feel free to forward me anything you dig up with links to it and I'll start a collection of my own to host somewhere :)