Fixed bug 3319 - Getting the POSIX out of testqsort.c

Simon Hug

There's a call to the POSIX function random in test/testqsort.c. Naturally, Windows doesn't do that. The attached patch changes the call to the SDLtest framework random functions and adds some seed control.

Looking at SDLTest_RandomInitTime, I just want to say that 'srand((unsigned int)time(NULL)); a=rand(); srand(clock()); b=rand();' is an absolutely terrible way to initialize a seed on Windows because of its terrible LCG.
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