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An Angular module with several components to handle Chilean RUT validation, cleaning and formatting. It includes:

  • ngRut: a directive to easily add validation, cleaning and formatting to any element with an associated ng-model value
  • rut: a filter to format valid RUTs with dots and dashes (11.111.111-1) in the view
  • RutHelper: a constant you can inject in your modules and exposes individual methods for validation, cleaning and formatting.


Just use Bower.

bower install angular-rut --save

Then, inject it into your application:

angular.module('MyApp', ['platanus.rut']);


Add the ng-rut directive to any element with an associated ng-model to automatically perform validation, cleaning and formatting.

<input ng-rut type="text" ng-model="model.rut">

The directive does the following:

  • It validates whether the input is a valid RUT (by using $setValidity),
  • passes a clean RUT (numbers and K only) to the model,
  • and formats the view by adding dots and dashes (11.111.111-1).


You can use the rut-format attribute to define when should the view be formatted:

  • live: Format as the RUT changes (e.g. as a user types into the input):
<input ng-rut rut-format="live" type="text">
  • blur: Format when the input is blurred:
<input ng-rut rut-format="blur" type="text">


Use it just like any Angular filter. It takes a (presumably valid) RUT, cleans and formats it.

{{ model.rut | rut }} 


Inject it as a dependency anywhere you like:

app.controller('RutCtrl', ['RutHelper', function(RutHelper){ ...

Then use it like so:

RutHelper.format('111111111'); // returns 11.111.111-1

There are three methods available:

  • RutHelper.clean(rut) strips every character except numbers and the letter K.
  • RutHelper.format(rut) cleans and formats the RUT number with dots and dashes (e.g 11.111.111-1).
  • RutHelper.validate(rut) returns a boolean indicating whether the given RUT is valid.


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request


Thank you contributors!


angular-rut is maintained by platanus.


It is free software and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the LICENSE file.