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@ann1-name [ann-arg1, ann-arg2, ..., keyword-ann-arg1=val1]
  • content between brackets is optional.

  • annotation names are typically namespaced, for example, overlay/merge is an annotation within an overlay namespace. Annotation namespaces are there for general organization, they are not associated with loaded packages (from load keyword).

  • annotation arguments (positional and keyword) is just plain code

Shared templating annotations

  • @template/code [code] or just @ [code] (on its own line) represents plain code line
#@ a = calculate(100)
key: value
  • @template/value [code] or just @ [code] (at the end of line) represents a value associated structure
key: #@ value
- #@ value

YAML templating annotations

  • @yaml/map-key-override (no args)

    • necessary to indicate that map key is being intentionally overriden
  • @yaml/text-templated-strings (no args)

    • necessary to indicate that node contents (including map key and map value) should be text templated (ie (@ indicates start of text templating) (see text templating for more details.)

Text templating annotations

  • @text/trim-left trims space to the left of code node
  • @text/trim-right trims space to the right of code node

Data module annotations

  • @data/values (no args) specifies values accessible via data.values from @ytt:data package (see ytt @data/values for more details)

Overlay module annotations

See Overlay module for list of annotations.

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