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Turning an ExecutionContext to an ExecutorService (or rather and ExecutorService AND an ExecutionContext) using Scala 2.10+
Copyright 2013 Viktor Klang
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import scala.concurrent.{ExecutionContext, ExecutionContextExecutorService}
import java.util.concurrent.{ AbstractExecutorService, TimeUnit }
import java.util.Collections
object ExecutionContextExecutorServiceBridge {
def apply(ec: ExecutionContext): ExecutionContextExecutorService = ec match {
case null => throw null
case eces: ExecutionContextExecutorService => eces
case other => new AbstractExecutorService with ExecutionContextExecutorService {
override def prepare(): ExecutionContext = other
override def isShutdown = false
override def isTerminated = false
override def shutdown() = ()
override def shutdownNow() = Collections.emptyList[Runnable]
override def execute(runnable: Runnable): Unit = other execute runnable
override def reportFailure(t: Throwable): Unit = other reportFailure t
override def awaitTermination(length: Long,unit: TimeUnit): Boolean = false

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@ErunamoJAZZ ErunamoJAZZ commented Jan 31, 2018

It is very useful. I used this to get an ExecutorService to use with vavr's Futures in Java.
Thank you very much.

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