beul 1.0.0

It executes futures


Beul is a minimalistic futures executor. No dependencies, no unsafe rust. It simply executes futures.

"Beul" is Dutch for executioner. It's a pun.


Simply call execute with your future:

beul::execute(async {});

Backwards compatibility

This crate requires at least Rust 1.68, due to its reliance on std::pin::pin!. Increases in this version will be considered breaking changes and will be avoided if possible. The minimum supported Rust version will only be bumped in major or minor versions. This crate follows semantic versioning.


Beul is a single-threaded executor and will not provide anything but execution. Futures that depend on runtime features, as present for example in Tokio, will not work.


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