On Thursday, 4 September 2014 at 05:39:04 UTC, George wrote:
As my first take on D after spending around 2 weeks learning it
thought I should write something useful that sort of encompasses
everything interesting about D (for me it was the flexibility of
working with types and lazy arguments).
After looking at dashcheck
I thought I'd improve it. While improving it I noticed that my
program is much different and decided to release my code as
another project; Damncheck (http://github.com/geezee/damncheck).
I was hoping to get some feedback from the community regarding
the quality of the code and if something can be written the
"D-way". I have also written a blog post about the process
Thank you for your time,
You should make your generators accept seeds. Seedless randoms
are bad for unit testing, since you can't replicate failed tests.