Comparing Rust's and C++'s Concurrency Library

Comparing Rust’s and C++'s Concurrency Library.
The concurrency features that are included in the Rust standard library
are quite similar to what was available in C++11: threads, atomics, mutexes, condition variables, and so on.
In the past few years, however, C++ has gained quite a few new concurrency related
features as part C++17 and C++20, with more proposals still coming in for future versions.
Let’s take some time to review C++ concurrency features,
discuss what their Rust equivalent could look like,
and what it’d take to get there.

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