Robert Klemme wrote:
> Plus, opposed to other libs and languages, there is a random element in 
> seeding

Well, a combination of the time, the process id, and a sequence number 
isn't actually random! ;-)

However, it's certainly better than using the time on its own, as has 
commonly been done in the past.

Perl has a Math::TrulyRandom module. "The source of the randomness is 
from interrupt timing discrepancies."

http://search.cpan.org/~gary/Math-TrulyRandom-1.0/TrulyRandom.pod
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