For our auth0 project we have a multi-tenant setup. Our
tenant.yaml has several references to the
AUTH0_KEYWORD_REPLACE_MAPPINGS defined in
Following the docs they either have the form
##keyword## (for string literals), or
@@keyword@@, for instance for arrays.
@ is however a special character in yaml, and if you have YAML validation enabled (for instance with the YAML extension in VS Code, offered by Red Hat) this results in errors stating that
Plain value cannot start with reserved character @, see screenshots below.
And entry in
Is there a workaround for this, other than disabling YAML validation?