Boolean enums always set to `true`

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Boolean enums always set to `true`

In writing OpenAPI files, when I want to enforce a fixed value for some key, I use an enum with a single item, as such:

ExampleSchema01:
	type: object
  properties:
		FixedValueProperty:
      type: string
      enum:
        - "This is the only possible value for FixedValueProperty."

However, when I try doing the same for boolean values, the Readme API reference section always renders it as true, even if the enum specifies false as the only possible value.

For example:

ExampleSchema02:
	type: object
  properties:
		FixedBooleanTrue:
      type: boolean
      enum:
        - true
		FixedBooleanFalse:
      type: boolean
      enum:
        - false

Readme's API reference section will render both FixedBooleanTrue and FixedBooleanFalse as enums with true and the only possible value.

Why is that? How can I fix this? Is there a workaround?