Port over to futures and async/await

This is an experiment on porting rust-tuf over to using futures
and async/await, which is what we use on Fuchsia. This is in contrast
with #151, which uses futures 0.1, which is compatible with stable
rust, but dramatically more invasive of a change, which is why
I haven't rebased it on top of remotes/origin/develop yet.

The downside of this is that landing this patch would make rust-tuf
require nightly until async/await is stablized. Unfortunately there
is no clear date on when that is going to occur.
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  7. README.md
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  9. src/
  10. tests/
README.md

rust-tuf

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A Rust implementation of The Update Framework (TUF).

Full documentation is hosted at docs.rs.

Warning: Beta Software

This is under active development and may not suitable for production use. Further, the API is unstable and you should be prepared to refactor on even patch releases.

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