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    Jonathan Stoikovitch
    hey there! kudos on releasing restdocs-raml. I am compiling examples of tools for RAML. do you guys have some quick start examples we could reuse and publish on the official RAML blog: https://medium.com/raml-api?
    Benjamin Nothdurft
    @jstoiko Hi Jonathon, you have got mail! Mathias will get in touch with you shortly. :)
    Mathias Düsterhöft
    @jstoiko sorry - I missed the message - I did not turn on email notifications
    @jstoiko There is a sample application that you could look at - https://github.com/ePages-de/restdocs-raml/tree/master/restdocs-raml-sample
    Also we are currently preparing a meetup talk here in Hamburg about the topic
    So there will be additional material available and it might be worth to wait until the talk is prepared.
    Do you think about writing the post on your own - or would you rather like to cross-post the original blog post?
    Jonathan Stoikovitch
    hey @mduesterhoeft! I feel like this deserves a Slack chat. are you on the raml-api Slack? :) If not, here's the link to get-in: https://join.slack.com/t/raml-api/shared_invite/enQtMzExNTE5MTIwNzA0LWU3ZmZiN2M2NDZhYjhjNjBkMzQ3NTBjOWJlYTg0YWZmMzkyYmRjMTYyNDNjNmM1OTlmY2QzNmE3NGU2MjIzMDc
    Bereket Belete
    Hi @mduesterhoeft i am trying the restdoc-raml it nicely integrates with spring-rest. The resulting top-level RAML file just lists the top-level resources and includes fragments describing these resources but external references are not supported in postman yet. so it would make sense if restdocs-raml has an option for generating a single RAML file for all APIs
    Mathias Düsterhöft
    Hi @brktbelete - restdocs-raml is archived and no longer worked on - but have a look into restdocs-api-spec it supports also postman collections - https://github.com/ePages-de/restdocs-api-spec