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ZIO on the other hand doesn't rely on those concepts, so I guess it could be possible ? But I'm not too sure the code would look great without Scala's for-comprehensions and there may be other blockers... By the way there's been some work done in ZIO to provide a Java facade : https://github.com/zio/zio/pull/383. Not sure the interop on that would work so great tbh.
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