NativeList.Sort dependencies#

Sort does not schedule a job, and when queued with a dependency from a job using that list, will throw an access exception.
To avoid this, the collections package now provides a SortJob extension method.

jobHandle = ListToSort.SortJob().Schedule(jobHandle);

In older versions of the Job system you would have to manually create and execute a job that calls Sort.

public struct SortNativeList : IJob
public NativeList<int> ListToSort;
public void Execute() => ListToSort.Sort();