Affected versions allow arbitrary caller-provided code to execute before the lifetime of
If the caller-provided code accesses particular pieces of the standard library that require an initialized Rust runtime, such as
std::thread, these may not behave as documented. Panics are likely; UB is possible.
The flaw was corrected by enforcing that only code written within the
inventory crate, which is guaranteed not to access runtime-dependent parts of the standard library, runs before
main. Caller-provided code is restricted to running at compile time.