test.js prints 10MB of random bytes to the standard output using
Node, useful for benchmarking and testing randomness.
With Node 0.10.28, test.js is on-par in performance with equivalent code using
((1<<31) * 2 * Math.random()) >>> 0
to generate random numbers, and does much better on the chi-square test in ent (the results on ent's other tests do not significantly differ).
This also gives you repeatable "randomness" as you can save the seed
you used and reuse that seed later, unlike