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Name Private Creator Description
?option_executed NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting an Option and a number of ?named_argument Tags is created whenever an Option is executed. The other objects are the arguments the Option was run with.
?option_candidate NO (system-internal) When Elody decides what to do next and starts looking at the Options, a Tag with this symbol targeting an Option is created for each candidate Option. The weight of the Tag is the weight of the Option.
?elody_decision_process_considers_options NO (system-internal) When Elody decides what to do next and starts looking at the Options, a Tag with this symbol targeting an Option is created for each Option that is a candidate for being executed in this step if it can find suitable arguments and no other Rule or Option takes priority. The weight of the Tag is the weight of the Option.
?rule_executed NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a Rule and a number of ?named_argument Tags is created whenever a Rule is executed. The other objects are the arguments the rule was run with.
?named_argument NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting two objects and having a comment is created whenever something with named arguments is executed. The first argument of this Tag is the item that has a named argument, the second argument of this Tag is the named argument, and the comment of this Tag is the name of the argument. See also: [[symbol:?named_argument_list]].
?named_argument_list NO (system-internal) A variant of [[symbol:?named_argument]] that is applied to named arguments that can refer to a list of objects instead of a single object. The first argument of this Tag is the item that has a named argument, the remaining arguments of this Tag are the objects used as the argument, and the comment of this Tag is the name of the argument.
?weight_of_options NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting nothing is created along with the ?rule_candidate Tags. The weight of this Tag is the weight of the Options and can be compared to the weight of the Tags.
?rule_candidate NO (system-internal) When Elody decides what to do next, a Tag with this symbol targeting a Rule is created for each Rule who's dependencies are fulfilled and which is a candidate for being executed in this step. The weight of the Tag is the priority of the rule.
?elody_decision_process NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is generated whenever Elody chooses which Rule or Option to execute next. It targets the Message that is generated to describe the decision process.
?set_rule_eligibility_always_allow_own_rules NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting nothing, with comment either 'true' or 'false', is created to specify whether or not a Rule that was created by the owner of the current Scenario is always eligible for execution, even if it doesn't match some of the requirements.