sidg64 will generate 64bit unique identifiers known as "snowflake ids" and store them in a postgresql database. These are the same ID's that make up the last section of a twitter url.
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So this was actually much easier than I anticipated it being, it took me a maximum of four days in which I used libpq-fe for postgres and C interfacing. I ended up using a "seeding" technique for the first entry and afterwards every entry onwards was a reference to that seed. You can check the code out here.