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Some context is provided by the experimental RFC that describes coroutines in Rust.

The key point then is that the experimental RFC is not enough to stabilize something. For that, we need a proper RFC that lays out the plan.

So, don’t get too excited because the feature will land in nightly and a proper RFC will be made after some experience was gained with the current implementation.

The key point then is that the experimental RFC is not enough to stabilize something. For that, we need a proper RFC that lays out the plan.

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    Oh God yes. This is the first step toward async/await.

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      I accidentally quoted the same thing twice. This is what I wanted to quote at the end of the post:

      … the intention of this RFC is to emphasize that point that we will focus on adding async/await through procedural macros and coroutines.

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        Heh, I thought you just wanted to emphasize how experimental it is.