As Yoda lay dying in The Return of the Jedi, he said,
"The Force is strong in your family. Pass on what you have learned."
The way he phrased it seems indirect, but an obvious interpretation is that he was telling Luke to have children. This would imply he gave up on the Jedi code that Jedi should not have attachments, which is out of character for him since he once told a padawan, Anakin Skywalker, that he should not form attachments because it leads to the dark side.
Is there anything in the novelization or the Disney Canon to suggest that Yoda encouraged Luke to have children?
I prefer answers from Disney Canon over all other canons, but would also accept EU-canon. Please provide quotes from actual sources rather than speculation.