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There’s a bunch of library-based implementations of coroutines for rust. I recall https://github.com/edef1c/libfringe being the most interesting one, but it is quite dated. I don’t think there’s a lot of community interest in stackfull coroutines at this point.
rust stackful coroutine library
This library https://github.com/Xudong-Huang/may implement Stackful Coroutines in Rust which I believe is pretty close to what you're asking about. I believe it's a reasonably complete implementation, but it doesn't have much traction because most of the Rust ecosystem is using either async/await or native threads.
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RFCs for changes to Rust
That's how it used to work. They removed it in 2014. Read the RFC for details on why.
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