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The `RelationDescription` class is a simple container for properties which
describe a :class:`Relation`, i.e. a workload element.  `RelationDescription`s are
submitted to :class:`WorkloadManager` instances on `add_relation`, and are
internally used to create :class:`Relation` instances.

FIXME: description of supported properties goes here

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/plugins/workload_parser/plugin_workload_parser_default.py   troy(Download)
                # make sure we use all current information
                ru.dict_stringexpand (relation_descr, self.session.cfg)
                relation_descriptions.append (troy.RelationDescription (relation_descr))
 
        return task_descriptions, relation_descriptions

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/planner/test_expand_workload.py   troy(Download)
 
    for relation_dict in wl_dict['relations']:
        relation_description = troy.RelationDescription(relation_dict)
        wl.add_relation(relation_description)
 

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/planner/test_derive_overlay.py   troy(Download)
 
    for relation_dict in wl_dict['relations']:
        relation_description = troy.RelationDescription(relation_dict)
        wl.add_relation(relation_description)