[Numpy-discussion] Backwards-incompatible improvements to numpy.random.RandomState

Antony Lee antony.lee at berkeley.edu
Sun May 24 16:15:04 EDT 2015

Thanks to Nathaniel who has indeed clarified my intent, i.e. "the global
RandomState should use the latest implementation, unless explicitly
seeded".  More generally, the `RandomState` constructor is just a thin
wrapper around `seed` with the same signature, so one can swap the version
of the global functions with a call to `np.random.seed(version=...)`.
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