May is a high-performant library for programming stackful coroutines with which you can easily develop and maintain massive concurrent programs. It can be thought as the Rust version of the popular Goroutine.
- The stackful coroutine’s implementation is based on generator;
- Support schedule on a configurable number of threads for multi-core systems;
- Support coroutine’s version of a local storage ([CLS][cls]);
- Support efficient asynchronous network I/O;
- Support efficient timer management;
- Support standard synchronization primitives, a semaphore, an MPMC channel, etc;
- Support cancellation of coroutines;
- Support graceful panic handling that will not affect other coroutines;
- Support scoped coroutine creation;
- Support general selection for all the coroutine’s API;
- All the coroutine’s API are compatible with the standard library semantics;
- All the coroutine’s API can be safely called in multi-threaded context;
- Both stable, beta, and nightly channels are supported;
- Both x86_64 GNU/Linux, x86_64 Windows, x86_64 Mac OS are supported.
pub use may_queue as queue;
- coroutine io utilities
- Networking primitives
- A macro to create a
- macro used to create the select coroutine that will run in a infinite loop, and generate as many events as possible
- macro used to create the select coroutine that will run only once, thus generate only one event
- macro used to spawn a coroutine
- macro used to spawn a coroutine with options such as name, stack_size.
- macro used to join all scoped sub coroutines
- macro used to select for only one event it will return the index of which event happens first
- A key for local data stored in a coroutine.
- get the may configuration instance