Better RAML

Looking for code sharks to help me make this little gist more concise,
precise, robust and just generally more awesome.

https://gist.github.com/996507

I can tell you it took me some time to get the it to run at $SAFE = 4.
Yeah.

app rec i ate it :slight_smile:

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