In win32 and linux platform, os modules has diffreent output order, is it a bug?

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Fri Mar 1 13:56:50 CET 2013

On Fri, 01 Mar 2013 17:24:05 +0800, Honghe Wu wrote:

> Thanks! Cause I need sorted returnd list, and the arbitrary list makes the
> other procedure go wrong. Maybe the I/O speed is more important in other
> cases.

You can sort the lists of files and subdirectories with e.g.:

	for root, dirs, files in os.walk(os.getcwd()):
	    dirs[:] = sorted(dirs)
	    files = sorted(files)

Note that modifying the directory list in-place will affect which
subdirectories are traversed and in what order.

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