On 8/9/06, Isaac Gouy <igouy / yahoo.com> wrote:
> 2) It's very straightforward - if we use Ruby rand instead of
> implementing that random number generator we won't get the correct
> output.

I have to question your testing strategy, then. I have not looked
closely at your benchmarks... but if you have to have a benchmark
which uses random numbers (say, Monte Carlo integration), then you
shouldn't require an exact result. Can't you verify that it is close
enough to the expected result?