July 16
https://github.com/Boris-Barboris/libaio/blob/master/source/libaio/package.d
https://code.dlang.org/packages/libaio

If you need to write some shady block-level stuff for Linux libaio this thin Derelict loader can save a day of your time.
July 19
On Thursday, 16 July 2020 at 14:17:45 UTC, Boris-Barboris wrote:
> https://github.com/Boris-Barboris/libaio/blob/master/source/libaio/package.d
> https://code.dlang.org/packages/libaio
>
> If you need to write some shady block-level stuff for Linux libaio this thin Derelict loader can save a day of your time.

> libaio
> =======================
> The Linux-native asynchronous I/O facility ("async I/O", or "aio") has a richer API and capability set than the simple POSIX async I/O facility. This library, libaio, provides the Linux-native API for async I/O. The POSIX async I/O facility requires this library in order to provide kernel-accelerated async I/O capabilities, as do applications which require the Linux-native async I/O API.

Interesting, wonder if it'll be more performant than libasync being a native Linux implementation.