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Tokio async/await preview

This crate provides a preview of Tokio with async / await support. It is a shim layer on top of tokio.

This crate requires Rust nightly and does not provide API stability guarantees. You are living on the here.


To use this crate, you need need to start with a Rust 2018 edition crate.

Add this to your Cargo.toml:

# At the very top of the file
cargo-features = ["edition"]

# In the `[packages]` section
edition = "2018"

# In the `[dependencies]` section
tokio-async-await = "0.1.0"

Then, get started. In your application, add:

// The nightly features that are commonly needed with async / await
#![feature(await_macro, async_await, futures_api)]

// This pulls in the `tokio-async-await` crate. While Rust 2018 doesn't require
// `extern crate`, we need to pull in the macros.
extern crate tokio;

fn main() {
    // And we are async...
    tokio::run_async(async {

Because nightly is required, run the app with cargo +nightly run

Check the examples directory for more.


This project is licensed under the MIT license.


Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in Tokio by you, shall be licensed as MIT, without any additional terms or conditions.