|0.1.0||Nov 20, 2020|
#18 in #join
Used in async-ecs
Asparit implements async parallel iterators. It is mostly based on the idea and the code of rayon. If you need some more detailed information please refere to the documentation of rayon. The benefit of asparit is, that the iterator can be driven by a so called executor. For now three different executors are implemented:
- rayon - Use rayon as executor.
- tokio - Use tokio as executor. This enabled the iterator to support async/await syntax.
- sequential - Simple executor that drives the iterator sequential. This may be usefull for testing purposes.
Simple example to use asparit with the tokio executor.
use asparit::*; let s = (0..10) .into_par_iter() .sum() .exec_with(TokioExecutor::default()) .await; assert_eq!(s, 45);
If tokio is setup as the default executor, you can simply use
exec instead of
use asparit::*; let s = (0..10) .into_par_iter() .sum() .exec() .await; assert_eq!(s, 45);
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