Hello list I'd love to be able to develop for Haiku but I don't know C++ and have only dabbled briefly with C. I've tried on numerous occasions to learn C++ but for some reason it just doesn't seem to stick. My coding background (in chronological order) is: Basic (Sharp MZ series) Basic (Amstrad CPC series) Assembly (Z80 - Sharp and Amstrad) Basic (Amiga) Assembly (Amiga / MC68K in general) Visual Basic (PC) Originally I thought about teaching myself C++ by developing some fairly simple apps for Haiku, however after following this list for a couple of years now I'm wondering if that may be a bit pointless with many/most apps simply requiring a port from an existing one. So, I'm thinking instead that it might be more useful to stick with pure C and to try to help with driver development for Haiku instead. (I'm guessing drivers are written in C rather than C++ of course). Would this make sense? If so, could anyone point me to a Haiku sample driver and/or tutorial that I could start looking at? I've got a separate PC which dual boots R5 and Haiku so I can use this as a build platform without destroying my day-to-day PC. Would appreciate any comments/suggestions!