On 4/14/19 8:02 PM, Florian Apolloner wrote:
while your arguments for adding `.one` are all good and well, I think
adding yet another function will add quite some confusion and will make
arguing harder imo. As a middleground I could imagine adding an
`ordered=True/False` argument to first to turn off ordering as needed.
This will also make it easier to argue about it in the docs I think.
Would that work?
I was thinking the same for most of this thread... I would just
bike-shed it as, for instance "ensure_ordering=False" or
"stable_order=False" so you more clearly know what you're asking for.
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