This is a list of valid classes that are valid to be tagged with this annotation.
This tag is to denote that a class is a implementation of a specific abstraction interface.
An abstraction enum marks an enum upon which there exists an abstraction connection.
Marks a function as an API function, which includes it in the list of functions.
This annotation denotes that the marked class implements the noted server type's Convertor.
Used to tag data store implementations.
External extension points with an event handler should tag the methods that receive an event.
If present, this annotation indicates that the class, method or field should be undocumented.
An interface can be tagged with this to indicate that it requires implementing classes to tag the implemented methods with @Override.
This marks functions that should not be tested by the boilerplate test mechanisms, for instance, the ones that running a blind test with could cause system problems, or other undesired behavior.
Used to mark a public field as a non-object field in the CObject chain.
Used to tag functions that should not be profile-able.
Methods with this annotation will be run on shutdown (or shutdown before a restart)
Methods with this annotation are triggered at startup.
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