Copies (<)

eno works very well for authoring content in multiple languages, imagine the following document layout for a blog post:

# English

title: FAQ
permalink: faq

-- text
Here you find answers to frequently asked questions:
...
-- text

If we just wanted to duplicate that page for another language, we can write the following line to do just that:

# German < English

This creates a section with the key "German" and copies everything that exists in the section "English" over to that new section.

As in this case "FAQ" is the same in german and english we only would need to replace the text, which we can do like this:

# German < English

-- text
Hier findest du Antworten auf oft gestellte Fragen:
...
-- text

By copying we get all fields from the english section, and by specifying a new text we are overwriting only that specific element, leaving the copied title and permalink intact.


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