Strict validation module for phone numbers that supports classifications and areas
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validates_as_phone ================== Strict validation module for phone numbers that supports classifications and areas. = General usage == Installation You can install the plugin the traditional way. Go to your application root and do: script/plugin install git://github.com/paulschreiber/validates_as_phone.git == Validate your model attributes Example: There are three ways to specify the country: (1) Pass the country name in as a string parameter (:country => "CA") class Person < ActiveRecord::Base validates_as_phone :phone, :country => "CA", :allow_blank => true, :set => true end (2) Create an attribute (country field) named foo in your object, and pass in a reference to foo: class Person < ActiveRecord::Base validates_as_phone :phone, :country => :foo end (3) Create an attribute named country it in your object, i.e. Person#country i.e. country is the default name for your country field, and the validator tries that automatically class Person < ActiveRecord::Base validates_as_phone :phone end The :set parameter tells the validator to reformat the phone number (change punctuation and spacing) in to a standard format. Supported countries are Canada (CA), the United States (US) and Australia (AU). = License Written by Kristina Lim (http://i-think.com.ph/kristina/) Copyright (c) 2008 Syndeo Media http://syndeomedia.com US and Canada support added by Paul Schreiber (http://paulschreiber.com/) Last modified 07 September 2010 Extension support added 17 November 2010 = Contributing If you wish to contribute to the project, you may contact the author through: 'kristinasyndeomediacom'.insert(8, '@').insert(20, '.') = Acknowledgements This plugin is named after the validates_as_phone plugin of Jerrod Blavos (http://code.google.com/p/validates-as-phone/). Admittedly, this plugin was built over the latter, but as the purposes of this plugin is more complex than that of the minimal one, practically all of the code has been written over by now.