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README

                                   libverto
===============================================================================

libverto exists to solve an important problem: many applications and libraries
are unable to write asynchronous code because they are unable to pick an event
loop. This is particularly true of libraries who want to be useful to many
applications who use loops that do not integrate with one another or which
use home-grown loops. libverto provides a loop-neutral async api which allows
the library to expose asynchronous interfaces and offload the choice of the
main loop to the application.
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