Introducing Brujula, a RAML 1.0 parser written in ruby



I would like to introduce brujula to the RAML community. Yet another RAML parser written in Ruby, aiming for fully supporting RAML 1.0. Brujula is available both, from github or as a gem.

The project is still in Beta, and it would be amazing if I could get some practical examples of RAML definitions that use specific 1.0 features, such as annotations, libraries and type complex definitions (unions, inheritance, etc.).

You can find more information on the github repo page:


Very well done! Did you submit it to the RAML projects site already?


Yep. I did :slight_smile: