Yeah I look at that, I was actually having trouble getting the setup.rb
script to run in Windows.  It's fine for me to copy it over but I was
going to use it in an article and didn't want to have to explain how to
manually install it.  Then again it could just be my laptop, I'll try it
on another computer tomorrow.  Also, I noticed you said you were working
on better seeding for Windows, does the current seeding effect the
randomness much?

Thanks,
Dave

khaines / enigo.com wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Mar 2007, Joel VanderWerf wrote:
>
>> Dave King wrote:
>>> Hi-
>>>     Is there a secure random number generator for Ruby that works on
>>> Windows and Linux?
>>
>> Is ISAAC[1] secure enough for you?
>>
>> I think Kirk Haines posted his implementation somewhere. (I've got
>> one too, but I never released it.)
>
> Crypt::ISAAC.  I have a small update to it (that includes a pure C
> implementation that someone else donated) that I will try to get
> uploaded. May not get it done until after the MountainWest Rubyconf,
> though.
>
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> Kirk Haines
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