sort(1): randomcoll: Skip the memory allocation entirely
There's no reason to order based on strcmp of ASCII digests instead of
memcmp of the raw digests.
While here, remove collision fallback. If you collide two MD5s, they're
probably the same string anyway. If robustness against MD5 collisions is
desired, maybe we shouldn't use MD5.
None of the behavior of sort -R is specified by POSIX, so we're free to
implement this however we like. E.g., using a 128-bit counter and block cipher
to generate unique indices for each line of input.
PR: 230792 (2/many)
Relnotes: This will change the sort order for a given dataset with a
given seed. Other similarly breaking changes are planned.
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