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Creating TrueCrypt Volumes - can anyone offer programming help?

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TrueCrypt provides facilites to create a volume from the commandline - but this is still only available in the Linux not the Windows version and the TrueCrypt folks are unable or unwilling to say when this will be available.

This has become important for the UK Eductaion community which we serve and could be crucial in our efforts to make TrueCrypt a viable proposition and so drive takeup of encryption to protect childrens information using open source technology.

Would like to know how much work/time would be involved in updating the Windows version for someone to make this available. If there's anyone with the requisite skills (C I believe) and/or experience who would undertake this work and if so whether they would be prepared to contribute this effort to the community.

If the effort/cost is low we may be able to fund it - otherwise we may look for sponsorship. Can anyone help with any of that please. Thanks
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