oh for v1 to call v2, would it look like this? <ht...
# development
that is what "registering" a ruled looks like, yea. when a rule is registered, it ends up in the "rule graph"
for v1 to trigger something running in v2, you'd use
xs = scheduler.product_request(X, [y])
which checks that there is a path through the rule graph to produce an X given a Y
the method "product_request" is pretty greppable, and each example is a little bit different an interesting in its own way, so i won't link to a specific one
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