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Adopt h2testw's file format
Now F3 and h2testw share the same file format. Guenter Knauf has suggested this feature and got the random-number generator used in h2testw from Harald Bogeholz, the author of h2testw. This change also addresses the issue that the original random-number generator only fills the first 32 bits of the 64 bits of the random numbers on 64-bit machines. Besides the lower entropy on 64-bit machines, this issue was making files generated on 32-bit and 64-bit machines incompatible. Anselm Distelrath was the first to report this issue.
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