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Synapse Hydra – VST V1.2 SERIAL Keygen

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Inconsistent behaviour of C++ RNG when invoking clone()

This is not a question about the technical details of the RNG, but instead a question about the terminology.
I have a number of projects that use the C++11 random number generator facility to produce pseudo-random sequences. These sequences are used in the construction of passwords, as well as in conjunction with cryptographic hashing.
As the quality of the “random” number generation is critical to the security of the application, I’m currently looking at alternative implementations, mostly based on the GPLed GNUstep implementation, and possibly also the Entropic / PTX implementations.
When I try to implement this new RNG as a stand-alone class, I hit some rather curious problems.
In particular, it appears that when calling clone() on a class that implements RNG_mixin::generator_ (because it derives from RNG_mixin), the behavior of that clone() call can vary.
As a first example, I was trying to avoid redundant/repetitive text in my manual. For that, I created a function, e.g.
inline T clone(T t) { return t; }

and I had a few classes that derived from RNG_mixin that implemented generator_ as
class RNG_mixin: RNG_mixin {
// define the generator_ method
U generator_() { return clone(); }

and I was using this function to create a clone of the original RNG_mixin class, simply by calling RNG_mixin::clone().
When I ran this code, I found that the clone(), when called on an object of the derived class, would yield a different result. For example, I

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