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#79 in Asynchronous
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Start a thread to wake an async executor when the OS's I/O event notifier gathers that the hardware is ready.
If you're writing a Rust library to handle hardware asynchronously, you should use this crate. This library automatically wakes futures by registering a waker with a device that you construct with a file descriptor.
- Linux (epoll)
- Various Bare Metal?
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