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haskell-tf-random (0.5-10build2) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for new GHC ABIs

 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>  Fri, 30 Oct 2020 01:43:48 +0000

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libghc-tf-random-dev: high-quality splittable pseudorandom number generator

 This package contains an implementation of a high-quality splittable
 pseudorandom number generator. The generator is based on a cryptographic hash
 function built on top of the ThreeFish block cipher. See the paper Splittable
 Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Cryptographic Hashing by Claessen, Pałka
 for details and the rationale of the design.
 .
 The package provides the following:
 .
  * A splittable PRNG that implements the standard System.Random.RandomGen class.
 .
  * The generator also implements an alternative version of the
    System.Random.TF.Gen.RandomGen class (exported from System.Random.TF.Gen),
    which requires the generator to return pseudorandom integers from the full
    32-bit range, and contains an n-way split function.
 .
  * An alternative version of the Random class is provided, which is linked to
    the new RandomGen class, together with Random instances for some integral
    types.
 .
  * Two functions for initialising the generator with a non-deterministic
    seed: one using the system time, and one using the /dev/urandom UNIX
    special file.
 .
 Please note that even though the generator provides very high-quality
 pseudorandom numbers, it has not been designed with cryptographic applications
 in mind.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-tf-random-doc: high-quality splittable pseudorandom number generator; documentation

 This package contains an implementation of a high-quality splittable
 pseudorandom number generator. The generator is based on a cryptographic hash
 function built on top of the ThreeFish block cipher. See the paper Splittable
 Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Cryptographic Hashing by Claessen, Pałka
 for details and the rationale of the design.
 .
 The package provides the following:
 .
  * A splittable PRNG that implements the standard System.Random.RandomGen class.
 .
  * The generator also implements an alternative version of the
    System.Random.TF.Gen.RandomGen class (exported from System.Random.TF.Gen),
    which requires the generator to return pseudorandom integers from the full
    32-bit range, and contains an n-way split function.
 .
  * An alternative version of the Random class is provided, which is linked to
    the new RandomGen class, together with Random instances for some integral
    types.
 .
  * Two functions for initialising the generator with a non-deterministic
    seed: one using the system time, and one using the /dev/urandom UNIX
    special file.
 .
 Please note that even though the generator provides very high-quality
 pseudorandom numbers, it has not been designed with cryptographic applications
 in mind.
 .
 This package provides the documentation for a library for the Haskell
 programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-tf-random-prof: high-quality splittable pseudorandom number generator; profiling libraries

 This package contains an implementation of a high-quality splittable
 pseudorandom number generator. The generator is based on a cryptographic hash
 function built on top of the ThreeFish block cipher. See the paper Splittable
 Pseudorandom Number Generators Using Cryptographic Hashing by Claessen, Pałka
 for details and the rationale of the design.
 .
 The package provides the following:
 .
  * A splittable PRNG that implements the standard System.Random.RandomGen class.
 .
  * The generator also implements an alternative version of the
    System.Random.TF.Gen.RandomGen class (exported from System.Random.TF.Gen),
    which requires the generator to return pseudorandom integers from the full
    32-bit range, and contains an n-way split function.
 .
  * An alternative version of the Random class is provided, which is linked to
    the new RandomGen class, together with Random instances for some integral
    types.
 .
  * Two functions for initialising the generator with a non-deterministic
    seed: one using the system time, and one using the /dev/urandom UNIX
    special file.
 .
 Please note that even though the generator provides very high-quality
 pseudorandom numbers, it has not been designed with cryptographic applications
 in mind.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language, compiled
 for profiling. See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.