If you want a jinja variable to hold a variable, then you'll have to render the template recursively. Really, we'll just render it twice, since that's all I've needed so far.
But sometimes, you don't want to render it recursively, like if you want to actually show jinja variables in an output. So, we need it to be possible to choose for a given target. You do that with
recursive_render, which can be True (default) or False.
So, generally you don't need to worry about this, and you can automatically go 2 layers deep, which means your variables can contain jinja variables. But if you want to turn it off, do it with: