I am developing an interpreter in Rust to execute Rholang, which is a truely parallel language.
So there are a lot of small chunks of code to be executed parallelly. So they are heavily relying on Rust's futures and
I tried both tokio and async-std runtime.
These 2 editions' codes are almost the same, except that different
task::spawn is used.
Tokio is faster in my case. But can I reduce its overhead? Maybe the old-style of future-rs combinators would be better?
Thank you in advance.