#109 correctly interpret integer arguments for -d and -n

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nobody
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2013-11-27
2013-11-27
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Please see attached patch. Right now, the presence of '-n' and '-d' arguments is being treated as always having a '1' value. This isn't correct, as the command-line usage shows:

-d, --no-drng=1|0          Do not use drng as a source of random number input
                           (default: 0)

-n, --no-tpm=1|0           Do not use tpm as a source of random number input
                           (default: 0)
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