TotoCalculator 2 was realized with - inter alia - the help of
TotoCalculator 2 version 2.11 was translated to French by Stéphane Carreau.
Colok (www.colok-traductions.com) has translated many of the new features of version 2.12 of TotoCalculator 2 into French - thank you very much!
Marcus Länje has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Swedish. Many thanks!
Sven de Jong
Sven de Jong has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Dutch. Many thanks!
Nuno Laginha has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Portuguese. Many thanks!
Mikhail Nenashev from Barnaul (Russia) has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Russian. Many thanks! Mikhail is the author of Infototo (http://infototo.ru), an application for the calculation of profit in the toto-game (only in Russian).
Mikhail Nenashev from Barnaul (Russia) has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Russian. Many thanks!
Tóth Gábor has translated TotoCalculator 2 to Hungarian. Many thanks!
The wxWidgets team
wxWidgets gives you a single, easy-to-use API for writing GUI applications on multiple platforms. Link with the appropriate library for your platform (Windows/Unix/Mac, others coming shortly) and compiler (almost any popular C++ compiler), and your application will adopt the look and feel appropriate to that platform. On top of great GUI functionality, wxWidgets gives you: online help, network programming, streams, clipboard and drag and drop, multithreading, image loading and saving in a variety of popular formats, database support, HTML viewing and printing, and much much more.
Tom St. Denis
TotoCalculator 2 uses LibTomCrypt, written by Tom St. Denis. LibTomCrypt is a fairly comprehensive, modular and portable cryptographic toolkit that provides developers with a vast array of well known published block ciphers, one-way hash functions, chaining modes, pseudo-random number generators, public key cryptography and a plethora of other routines.
Many thanks for the translation of the homepage:
Szőke András Attila for the translation into Hungarian.
Li Yusong (李毓松) from Chongqing (重庆) for the translation to Chinese.
Florin Boboescu for the translation into Romanian.
Alexander Nasonov from Moscow for the translation into Russian (which is a work in progress).