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On 02/27/2015 03:04 PM, Ben Palmer wrote:
> Wrapping the RNGs can cause problems as structs are passed by
> value. This means that if the same RNG is used in subsequent calls
> to say randomCover then the same sequence of random numbers will be
> produced by each range.
> 
> A simple solution to this would be make random ranges classes. This
> can also cause problems but with memory management (we want to
> avoid lots of small alloc and free events). It also does not
> address problems with functions that make bad assumptions about
> their arguments.
> 
> If we can solve these problems then there are several different
> avenues to push forward with new RNG wrapper functionality. There
> are also other opportunities for looking at random number
> generation.

I actually had an idea how to solve this.
https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7067#c19
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