thanks for the quick reply. I assume there is no way to retrieve annotations and their values within an Epsilon script? Because I wondered for which purpose I can annotate an operation with random annotations (like @color)? Is there any behaviour implemented for annotations beside the reserved keywords (like @test, @template etc.)?
In Epsilon annotations are mainly used for syntax-preserving language extensions so querying them at runtime from within Epsilon programs is not supported out-of-the-box. Of course, you could always implement a Java tool [1, 2] that does this.