The Jupyter notebook format allows for extensible metadata that can be
attached to any cell/node. Leo's present .ipynb exporter uses the
"leo_headline" metadata to remember headline text.
It would be easy to write a "leo_gnx" metadata item, but that is not
necessary. Leo's @persistence logic *already *restores clone links in *all*
@auto trees, including @auto .ipynb trees! I did not realize this before
writing this post.
The technical details: PersistenceDataController.restore_gnx calls the
low-level p._relinkAsCloneOf method.
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