moongraph is a Rust library for scheduling, managing resources, and running directed acyclic graphs.
moongraph, graph nodes are normal Rust functions and graph edges are function parameters and function results.
The graph is built automatically by registering each function.
moongraph figures out how the functions connect by their paramaters and their results.
moongraph validates and schedules nodes to run in parallel where possible, using
rayon as the underlying parallelizing tech (WIP).
moongraph is made up of two parts:
Scheduling and running DAGs is a common problem and I didn't find any prior art.
moongraph is in use in a number of other libraries (let me know if you use it in yours, and how :))
- As the render graph in
renderling, a scrappy real-time renderer with advanced lighting
- Its scheduler is used for scheduling systems in
apecs, a well-performing ECS with async integration.
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