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Subject: HTML::FormFu::Constraint::_process_when considers 'not' only for specific 'values' -- not for the field value's sole existence
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 19:23:19 +0200
To: bug-HTML-FormFu@rt.cpan.org
From: Gernot Kieseritzky <gernotk@gmail.com>
HTML::FormFu::Constraint supports the 'when' option allowing to turn on the constraint depending on the 1) presence of ANY value for the field name spec. under 'field' key or 2) presence of a list of specific values for the field name spec. under 'field' It also supports a negation using 'not' for case 2). Unfortunately, it does not support negation of 1) because of the code line return 0 if !defined $when_field_value; Which should be replace with my $ok; $ok = defined $when_field_value; $ok = $when->{not} ? !$ok : $ok; return 0 if $ok;
This makes sense - could you write up a test file for it, and I'll add the fix. Cheers, Carl


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