SYNOPSISThese types are provided by MooseX::Types. These types must not be quoted when they are used:
has 'posint' => ( is => 'rw', isa => PositiveInt);
has_field 'email' => ( apply => [ Email ] );
Types declared using Moose::Util::TypeConstraints, on the other hand, must be quoted:
has_field 'text_both' => ( apply => [ PositiveInt, 'GreaterThan10' ] );
To import these types into your forms, you must either specify (':all') or list the types you want to use:
use HTML::FormHandler::Types (':all');
use HTML::FormHandler::Types ('Email', 'PositiveInt');
DESCRIPTIONIt would be possible to import the MooseX types (Common, etc), but for now we'll just re-implement them here in order to be able to change the messages and keep control of what types we provide.
'PositiveNum', 'PositiveInt', 'NegativeNum', 'NegativeInt', 'SingleDigit', 'SimpleStr', 'NonEmptySimpleStr', 'Password', 'StrongPassword', 'NonEmptyStr',
Type ConstraintsThese types check the value and issue an error message.
- Uses Email::Valid
- Checks that the state is in a list of two uppercase letters.
- Must be a valid IPv4 address.
- No spaces in string allowed.
- Must be made up of letters, digits, and underscores.
- Might be useful for passwords.
- Must not contain non-printable characters.
- Contains a single word.
Type CoercionsThese types will transform the value without an error message;
- Replaces multiple spaces with a single space
- Makes the string all upper case
- Makes the string all lower case
- Trims the string of starting and ending spaces
AUTHORFormHandler Contributors - see HTML::FormHandler
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSEThis software is copyright (c) 2016 by Gerda Shank.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.