Main loop abstraction library
libverto provides a way for libraries to expose asynchronous interfaces without having to choose a particular event loop, offloading this decision to the end application which consumes the library. If you are packaging an application, not library, based on libverto, you should depend either on a specific implementation module or you can depend on the virtual provides 'libverto-module-base'. This will ensure that you have at least one module installed that provides io, timeout and signal functionality. Currently glib is the only module that does not provide these three because it lacks signal. However, glib will support signal in the future.
You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at
libverto dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.