Release Notes: This release focuses on portability and reliability. Instances of deprecated C++ were cleaned up. Operations were rewritten to work even in uncommon environments. The test program was toughened and expanded. A slight correction was made in the label for the standard deviation parameter. A copy constructor and operator were added. Seed correlations, generator functions, output sequences, and save formats are identical to Version 1.0.
Release Notes: This release adds a revised seeding algorithm, changes the license from LGPL to BSD, adds access to normal (Gaussian) distributions, and adds performance optimizations and 64-bit portability fixes.
Release Notes: The list of included headers has been corrected.
Release Notes: A fix for a problem when compiling with gcc 3.0, and access to numbers in (0,1) and (0,n) ranges.
Release Notes: Fixes for a seed overflow on 64-bit processors, and improved uniformity of integer [0,n] generation.
Release Notes: This release now works with several Windows compilers, and features improved portability.
Release Notes: Speed increases.
Release Notes: A bug which occasionally returned a number from uninitialized memory was fixed.
Release Notes: Initial release.