najitool, libnaji, and naji_gui (najitool GUI) credits
Credits in order of joining the project najitoolNECDET COKYAZICI - England, London Main author, programmer, planner, designer, tester, debugger,
and project manager. Wrote everything that someone else didn't write.
SELCUK OZDOGAN - Turkey, Istanbul
Programmer. Wrote charbefr, charaftr.
POLIKARP - Poland
Programmer. Wrote strbline, streline, chchar.
SAMUEL CHANG - Australia
Programmer. Wrote ttt, the fun Tic-Tac-Toe game with clever AI.
ARKAINO (YEHRCL) - Argentina
Programmer. Wrote getlinks, find_basis,
findi_line, chstr, skipstr, naji_mp3.c
SACHIN MANE - America, Arizona
Programmer. Wrote cat_tail, cat_head, showline, bremline, eremline.
MANUEL LE BOETTE - France Programmer. Wrote lensorts, lensortl.
JEROME JACOVELLA-ST-LOUIS - Canada, Quebec
Programmer. Gave a lot of help and advice and bug fixes for naji_gui 0.3.0.0.
He also designed the eC programming language and is currently developing the
Ecere SDK since 1996, which is what naji_gui 0.3.0.0 and above use from 2011.
The Ecere SDK is copyright Ecere corporation and the full source code is
available at http://www.ecere.com/ licensed under the BSD license.
The source code to najitool, libnaji, and naji_gui aka najitool GUI,
Are in the Public Domain (non-copyrighted) 2003-2011.
najitool web design and translation credits.The first logo by NECDET COKYAZICI.
The second logo by NECDET COKYAZICI.
The current logo by a friend of mine named Dawood.
The old tiled background was done by another friend named Ali.
The new tiled background by NECDET COKYAZICI based on the old one.
Arabic homepage translation by Ehab Tarabay.
All trade marks mentioned are of their owners.