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Ruby FormValidator

FormValidator is a Ruby port of Perl's Data::FormValidator library. It makes it easy to validate data coming in from HTML forms by providing a robust set of methods to handle required fields, dependent fields, filtering, constraints, tainting, and defaults. Its modular design allows you to easily add your own filters and constraints and also lets you to keep validation data outside of your CGI scripts.

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  •  01 Nov 2004 16:32

    Release Notes: Regular expression and string constraints can now handle form values containing multiple elements. All instances of deprecated builtins have been replaced with their modern equivalents.

    •  07 Mar 2003 22:10

      Release Notes: The validate method now returns the documented return value. Proc constraints are now applied correctly, and untainting of passing constraints is fixed. All unit tests have been rewritten and small code cleanups have been made.

      •  15 Feb 2003 01:24

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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