[Numpy-discussion] sort method raises unexpected error with axis=None
Charles R Harris
Wed Feb 13 15:27:08 CST 2008
On Feb 13, 2008 1:52 PM, Matthew Brett <email@example.com> wrote:
> To answer my own question:
> > Suggestion 1:
> > Wrap the .sort method call in a tiny python wrapper of the form:
> > def sort(self, axis=-1, kind='quicksort', order=None):
> > if axis=None:
> > _c_sort(self.ravel(), axis, kind, order)
> > else:
> > _c_sort(self, axis, kind, order)
> I guess this is not good because self.ravel might return a copy, in
> situations I don't think I fully grasp? Guessing that there is no
> other way to do a guaranteed inplace sort for axis=None, I guess that
> making that clear in the method docstring is the best way to go?
I think it is possible to make sort work with the None keyword, So I think
the question is whether or not we want it to. If we do, then the current
lack is a bug, if we don't, then the documentation needs to be fixed.
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