Blocker blocks. That's what it does, nothing more. Give it an async function and it waits until it's done. Forever.
#![no_std] environments as long as alloc is available. Blocker itself does not use any unsafe code.
thread_yield feature to yield the current thread whenever an async function returns
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block is the heart of the blocker crate. When called with any future as parameter it blocks the
program until the future completes. When futures return