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bug#28846: 回复: bug#28846: Maybe a bug in "sort (GNU coreutils) 8.4" repo

From: kakaxixi777
Subject: bug#28846: 回复: bug#28846: Maybe a bug in "sort (GNU coreutils) 8.4" report
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2017 10:53:38 +0800

   Sorry maybe I didn't speak clearly, I want to sort on the whole line by
   each character from left to right, not only the 5 fields。
   And why I use the same command "sort test.txt" and same input
   "test.txt" on the 2016 Mac pro or on the windows10 , the result both
   are :
   which are different from the Linux shell, and that is the correct
   result I want. Is that normal ?
   The "sort" version on Mac pro is :
   "sort (GNU coreutils) 5.93
   Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This is free software.  You may redistribute copies of it under the
   terms of
   the GNU General Public License <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.
   There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
   Written by Mike Haertel and Paul Eggert."
   I don't know why so I am look forward to receive your reply as soon as
   Thank you very much!
Sincerely yours,

   在2017年10月16日 07:36,[1]Pádraig Brady<address@hidden> 写道:

     forcemerge 28846 28847
     tag 28846 notabug
     close 28846
     On 15/10/17 01:03, Tree Big wrote:
     > Dear coreutils :
     > I am a Research and Development Engineer in IT. I met a situation
     when I
     > use “sort” command in Linux shell which could be a bug for the "so
     > command. So I hope you read this email, thank you !
     > The whole command I used was :
     > *sort test.txt*
     > *And the result was :*
     > 20171012|3|2059517|-|8|-|20-24|2|-|2.0|2.0
     > 20171012|3|2059517|-|82|-|25-29|2|-|13.0|12.0
     > 20171012|3|2059517|-|8|-|-2|-2|-|71.0|64.0
     > 20171012|3|2059517|-|82|-|30-34|0|-|2.0|1.0
     Since at least field 5 is variable width
     you can't so a simple sort on the whole line.
     I'm not sure exactly what field order you want
     but you'll want something like:
       sort -t'|' -k1,1 -k5,5n


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