random-source: Generic basis for random number generators

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Random number generation based on entropy sources able to produce a small but well-defined set of primitive variates. Also includes facilities for "completing" partial implementations, making it easy to define new entropy sources in a way that is naturally forward-compatible.

Changes in 0.3.0.6: Fixed overzealous fix in 0.3.0.5. The people responsible for sacking the people who have been sacked, etc., have been sacked.

Changes in 0.3.0.5: Renamed some internal modules and accidentally some external ones too. Whoops. Please don't use this version, it will only end in tears.

Changes in 0.3.0.4: Fixed a typo that broke building with MTL-1

Changes in 0.3.0.3: Fixes for GHC's deprecation of Foreign.unsafePerformIO

Changes in 0.3.0.2: Fixes for GHC 7.2.*'s crazy Template Haskell changes.

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Versions 0.3, 0.3.0.2, 0.3.0.4, 0.3.0.5, 0.3.0.6, 0.3.0.8, 0.3.0.8, 0.3.0.10, 0.3.0.11
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Dependencies base (>=3 && <5), flexible-defaults (>=0.0.0.2), mersenne-random-pure64, mtl (>=1 && <3), mwc-random, primitive, random, stateref (==0.3.*), syb, template-haskell, th-extras [details]
License LicenseRef-PublicDomain
Author James Cook <mokus@deepbondi.net>
Maintainer James Cook <mokus@deepbondi.net>
Category Math
Home page https://github.com/mokus0/random-fu
Source repo head: git clone https://github.com/mokus0/random-fu.git(random-source)
Uploaded by DominicSteinitz at 2020-03-12T23:16:33Z

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