This reverts commit 87ffa04. ActiveValidators relies on the `mail` gem to validate email addresses and this commit turns "franck@verrot" into an invalid one. The validator should take an option: * the default behavior should reject "franck@verrot" but the option * if the option "strict" (or whatever its name is going to be) is passed, then "franck@verrot" should be accepted. For more information, read the comment on this [pull request](https://github.com/cesario/activevalidators/pull/34). Conflicts: test/validations/email_test.rb
…n in the gemspec
* TrackingNumberValidator: fix in the USPS computation. * Tests: removed turn because it was failing everywhere but on 1.9.x. * PostalCodeValidator: Added Portuguese postal-code format. b1901cd cesario Simplify the test and make sure Ruby 1.9x stop complaining c1e0cb6 robzuber Properly handle checksums of '0' in usps mod10. 4479260 cesario Merge pull request #30 from utahstreetlabs/mod10-equals-zero 158911b MMSequeira Added Portuguese postal-code format.1 day ago 9c0ea20 MMSequeira Added a new option country_method allowing the country to be obtained... 144a366 MMSequeira Corrected example of use of the postal code validator. 7038a37 cesario Merge pull request #31 from MMSequeira/master 1e9473b cesario Remove turn
… by calling a method of the record. Also added support for string in option 'contry'.