Why do my yes/no keys in my YML file change to boolean true/false?



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    Enrique Studer (Edited )

    This is because YAML 1.1 and earlier used a broader definition of booleans, accepting words like "yes", "no", "on", and "off" in addition to "true" and "false".

    Starting with YAML 1.2, the specification became stricter and only accepts "true" and "false" as valid booleans. As a result, when you try to parse a YML file with "yes" or "no" keys using a YAML parser that complies with the YAML 1.2 specification, these keys will be converted to "true" or "false" accordingly.

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