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Validator for latitude / longitude

<?php
/**
 * This validator accepts either a four-member array such as
 * array( 'deg' => 12, 'min' => 34, 'sec' => 56, 'dir' => 'N' )
 * or a numeric value such as 12.3456
 */
class ynValidatorLatLong extends sfValidatorBase
{
  protected function configure($options = array(), $messages = array())
  {
    parent::configure( $options, $messages );
 
    $this->addRequiredOption('axis');  // 'latitude' || 'longitude'
 
    $this->addMessage('invalid_axis', 'The selected axis is invalid.');
  }
 
  protected function doClean( $value )
  {
    $max = 0;
 
    switch ( $this->getOption('axis') ) {
      case 'latitude':
        $max = 90;
        break;
 
      case 'longitude':
        $max = 180;
        break;
 
      default:
        throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid_axis');
    }
 
    if ( is_array( $value ) ) {
      $value = $this->arrayToInt( $value );
    }
 
    if ( ! is_numeric( $value ) ) {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    if ( abs( $value ) > $max ) {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    return $value;
  }
 
  protected function arrayToInt( array $value )
  {
    if ( count( $value ) != 4 ) {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    if (
      ! isset( $value['deg'] )
      || ! isset( $value['min'] )
      || ! isset( $value['sec'] )
      || ! isset( $value['dir'] )
    ) {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    if ( preg_match( '/\D/', $value['deg'].$value['min'].$value['sec'] ) ) {
      // non-integer component
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    $multiplier = 1;
 
    switch ( strtolower( $value['dir'] ) ) {
      case 'n':
        $axis = 'latitude';
        break;
 
      case 's':
        $axis = 'latitude';
        $multiplier = -1;
        break;
 
      case 'e':
        $axis = 'longitude';
        break;
 
      case 'w':
        $axis = 'longitude';
        $multiplier = -1;
        break;
 
      default:
        throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    if ( $axis != $this->getOption('axis') ) {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'invalid');
    }
 
    return ( $value['deg'] + $value['min']/60 + $value['sec']/60/60 ) * $multiplier;
  }
}
 
/*
 * UNIT TEST
 */
 
<?php
require_once dirname(__FILE__).'/../../bootstrap/unit.php';
 
$t = new lime_test();
 
$lat_validator = new ynValidatorLatLong( array( 'axis' => 'latitude' ) );
$lon_validator = new ynValidatorLatLong( array( 'axis' => 'longitude' ) );
 
$lat_good = array(
  array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'N' ),
  array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'S' ),
  50.456789,
  50,
  -50.456789,
  -50
);
 
$lat_bad = array(
  'three members' => array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14 ),
  'invalid n/s 1' => array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'F' ),
  'invalid n/s 2' => array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'E' ),
  'non-integer member' => array( 'deg' => 50, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14.2, 'dir' => 'N' ),
  'out of range' => array( 'deg' => 100, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'N' ),
);
 
$lon_good = array(
  array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'E' ),
  array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'W' ),
  50.456789,
  50,
  -50.456789,
  -50
);
 
$lon_bad = array(
  'three members' => array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14 ),
  'invalid e/w 1' => array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'F' ),
  'invalid e/w 2' => array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'N' ),
  'non-integer member' => array( 'deg' => 150, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14.2, 'dir' => 'E' ),
  'out of range' => array( 'deg' => 200, 'min' => 12, 'sec' => 14, 'dir' => 'E' ),
);
 
foreach ( $lat_good as $value ) {
  try {
    $clean = $lat_validator->clean( $value );
    $t->ok( is_numeric( $clean ), 'is numeric' );
 
    if ( is_array( $value ) ) {
      switch( $value['dir'] ) {
        case 'E':
          $multiplier = 1;
          break;
        case 'W':
          $multiplier = -1;
          break;
      }
 
      $t->ok( abs($clean) >= $value['deg'] && abs($clean) <= $value['deg']+1, "value $clean makes sense" );
      $t->ok( $clean * $multipler >= 0, 'direction correct' );
    }
    else {
      $t->is( $value, $clean, 'value makes sense' );
    }
  }
  catch( sfValidatorError $e ) {
    $t->fail( $e->getMessage() );
  }
}
 
foreach ( $lat_bad as $message => $value ) {
  try {
    $lat_validator->clean( $value );
    $t->fail( $message );
  }
  catch( sfValidatorError $e ) {
    $t->pass( $message );
  }
}
 
foreach ( $lon_good as $value ) {
  try {
    $clean = $lon_validator->clean( $value );
    $t->ok( is_numeric( $clean ), 'is numeric' );
 
    if ( is_array( $value ) ) {
      switch( $value['dir'] ) {
        case 'E':
          $multiplier = 1;
          break;
        case 'W':
          $multiplier = -1;
          break;
      }
 
      $t->ok( abs($clean) >= $value['deg'] && abs($clean) <= $value['deg']+1, "value $clean makes sense" );
      $t->ok( $clean * $multipler >= 0, 'direction correct' );
    }
    else {
      $t->is( $value, $clean, 'value makes sense' );
    }
  }
  catch( sfValidatorError $e ) {
    $t->fail( $e->getMessage() );
  }
}
 
foreach ( $lon_bad as $message => $value ) {
  try {
    $lon_validator->clean( $value );
    $t->fail( $message );
  }
  catch( sfValidatorError $e ) {
    $t->pass( $message );
  }
}
 
by yitznewton on 2011-02-27, tagged coordinates  form  latitude  longitude  validator 

symfony 1.x form framework: how to add extra fields into forms?

Assumption: there is a UserMessage class and the related form UserMessageForm. Both were generated by Doctrine based on a schema.yml declaration. Problem: one wishes to you add input fields into this form.

Approach: one can add any pairs of widgets/validators which have no direct relationship to the presented model. Doing so, one need to care about two main aspects:

  1. configuring the form with the extra field
  2. processing of the submitted value (if any) at the proper moment without disturbing the big rest of form functionality.

For step 1, configuring the form: add the widget and the validator to the form.

In .../UserMessageForm.class.php:
 
  public function configure()
  {
    $this->widgetSchema['comment_for_log'] = new sfWidgetFormInputText();
    $this->validatorSchema['comment_for_log'] = new sfValidatorString();
  }
 

For step 2 processing user input after submission: process the value and act accordingly. Typically this happens only after validation did succeed (i.e. not validation errors did occur).

For this purpose, a dedicated method for each field gets called (in case that the method exists). The following example checks whether a non-empty text was entered by the user. If so, it does store a log entry. The function in this example returns a boolean 'false' value to tell symfony not to process this value further.

In .../UserMessageForm.class.php:
 
  public function updateCommentForLogColumn($value)  // constructed method name with camelized field name
  {
    if (! empty($value)) {     // e.g. only if the user entered a comment (btw this is the cleaned value)
      // do whatever you need to do based on the contents of this field.
      // e.g. we create and save a log entry as follows:
      $logEntry = new AppLogEntry();    // assume we have this sort of logging feature
      $logEntry->setComment($value);    // the comment entered by the user
      $logEntry->save();
    }
    return false;  // tell symfony that we have cared about this value, so no further processing will occur
  }
}
 

Basically that's it.

An alternative to the dedicated updateYourSpecialFieldColumn() method could be to override the doUpdate($values) method in the form, allowing to do more general things because there is access to all submitted values (that's basically the only difference between the two approaches, though). I personally prefer the dedicated method whenever possible, as it doesn't disturb any other logic that may (at the same time, or sometimes later) implemented in the same form.

Another good thing is that since all this code is all packed in a Doctrine transaction, so either both the form object (UserMessage) will be saved as well as the log (LogEntry) be generated, or none of the two objects be altered/created at all.

(15.9.2010/SCH)

by Raphael Schumacher on 2010-09-15, tagged doctrine  fields  form  symfony14  validator  widget 

Validator to make a field read-only

Sometimes, when you display the form for a Doctrine object, you want to make some fields read-only..

You can unset the field, and just display the value in the template. But it's better to still display an input form. You can also mess with the template, etc.

Here's a validator to achive the same goal, with no need to touch the template.

class sfValidatorReadOnlyField extends sfValidatorBase
{
  /**
   * Configures the current validator
   * 
   * Available options (required):
   *
   *  * object: The current form object
   *  * field:  The current form field
   *
   * Available error codes:
   *
   * * changed
   *
   * @param array $options   An array of options
   * @param array $messages  An array of error messages
   *
   * @see sfValidatorBase
   **/
  protected function configure($options = array(), $messages = array())
  {
    $this->addRequiredOption('object');
    $this->addRequiredOption('field');
 
    $this->addMessage('changed', 'You don\'t want to mess with me, kid!');
  }
 
  /**
   * @see sfValidatorBase
   */
  protected function doClean($value)
  {
    // Ok, we could just reset the value, but it's so more fun this way
    $object = $this->getOption('object');
    if ($value != $object->get($this->getOption('field')))
    {
      throw new sfValidatorError($this, 'changed');
    }
 
    return (string) $value;
  }
}
 

In your form class, use this code :

public function configure()
{// make some fields readonly
    $this->widgetSchema['first_name']->setAttribute('readonly', 'readonly');
    $this->widgetSchema['last_name']->setAttribute('readonly', 'readonly');
    $this->widgetSchema['email_address']->setAttribute('readonly', 'readonly');
 
    $this->validatorSchema['first_name'] = new sfValidatorReadOnlyField(array('field' => 'first_name', 'object' => $this->getObject()));
    $this->validatorSchema['last_name'] = new sfValidatorReadOnlyField(array('field' => 'last_name', 'object' => $this->getObject()));
    $this->validatorSchema['email_address'] = new sfValidatorReadOnlyField(array('field' => 'email_address', 'object' => $this->getObject()));
 
…
}
 
by Thibault Jouannic on 2010-02-15, tagged form  validator 
(1 comment)

unset all not needed form widgets

Common Probem.

You have a large and small form. For example a contact form.

Form orginal includes 50 fields and your small form is extend form the orginal form and includes 15 fields. normaly you have to unset very 35 field in the small one.

But you could also write this lines:

class ContactSimpleForm extends ContactForm
{
  public function configure()
  {
 
    parent::configure();
 
    $this->wantedFields = array(
        'firstname',
        'lastname',
    );
 
    foreach ($this as $fieldName => $widget){
        if (!in_array($fieldName, $this->wantedFields)){
            unset($this->widgetSchema[$fieldName]);
            unset($this->validatorSchema[$fieldName]);
        }
    }
}
 
by excessive demon on 2009-09-18, tagged form  unset  validator  widget 
(3 comments)

How to validate that at least one checkbox has been checked

I spent some time trying to figure out how to make sure that one checkbox was checked before saving a form in symfony 1.2.

I read about Global Validators (http://www.symfony-project.org/forms/1_2/en/02-Form-Validation#chapter_02_global_validators) but I couldn't find anything to fit my needs. Finally, after looking at this snipped: http://www.symfony-project.org/cookbook/1_2/en/conditional-validator , I created the validation I needed, here is the snipped to help someone in the same situation:

class SampleForm extends BaseSampleForm
{
  public function configure()
  {
 
  // add a post validator
    $this->validatorSchema->setPostValidator(
      new sfValidatorCallback(array('callback' => array($this, 'checkAtLeastOne')))
    );
 
 
    unset(
      $this['created_at'], $this['updated_at']
 
    );
  }
 
  public function checkAtLeastOne($validator, $values)
  {
    if (!$values['sunday'] && !$values['monday'] && !$values['tuesday'] && !$values['wednesday'] && !$values['thursday'] && !$values['friday'] && !$values['saturday'])
    {
      // no checkbox was checked, throw an error
      throw new sfValidatorError($validator, 'Check at least one day of the week');
    }
 
    // at least one checkbox is checked, return the clean values
    return $values;
  }
 
 
}
 
by carlos m on 2009-06-26, tagged box  check  checkbox  checked  form  global  validator 
(2 comments)

Login form in Symfony 1.1, with the new form system

Symfony 1.1 comes with a complete new form system. It works completely according to the MVC draft:

Make sure you have a running Symfony 1.1 based project and application and modules. In this example I build the form inside the myModule module and myLogin action.

My form makes use of i18n, which is in my case autoloaded in settings.yml.

This tutorial uses Symfony 1.1 beta4 and RC1. There are a little important changes with respect to beta3, which I don't cover.

I also expect you to have practical knowledge and a little bit experience with Symfony as system. I will not explain how you i18n implements or modules shield with security.yml.

The form design

The form gets two import fields: username and password. Furthermore is there a hidden field in which the URI comes that the user requested, but got redirected to the loginform (through Symfony’s security.yml and settings.yml). This will be used to go to that URI again after a successful login.

Both imput fields are required I will build a custom validation for a correct username/password check. Also we want to make use of a little new protection feature: CSRF.

The form takes uses i18n for multilinguity, I will use English primarily, but the view has been prepared for other languages.

The start: the action

We will begin with the action which contains the primary control.

/**
 * Executes myLogin action
 *
 * Login functionality.
 *
 * @param void
 * @return void
 * @access public
 */
public function executeMyLogin() {
   // Erase auth data
   $this->getUser()->clearCredentials();
   $this->getUser()->setAuthenticated(FALSE);
 
   // Build login form
   $oForm = new inloggenForm();
 
   if ($this->getRequest()->isMethod('post')) { // When called through POST (form submit)
       $oForm->bind(
           array('username' => $this->getRequest()->getParameter('username'),
                 'password' => $this->getRequest()->getParameter('password'),
                 'referrer' => $this->getRequest()->getParameter('referrer'),
                )
      );
 
      // Save orginal requested location in referrer field
      $oForm->setDefault('referrer', $this->getRequest()->getParameter('referrer'));
      if ($oForm->isValid()) { // When validations OK
          $aValues = $oForm->getValues();
          sfContext::getInstance()->getLogger()->debug($aValues['username']);
 
          // Authentification
          $this->getUser()->setAuthenticated(TRUE);
 
          // To requested page
          $this->redirect($this->getRequest()->getParameter('referrer'));
      }
   } else {
      // Save original requested uri in form
      $oForm->setDefault('referrer', sfContext::getInstance()->getRequest()->getUri());
   }
 
   $this->oForm = $oForm; // form to view
}
 

Logic of authentification is set after POST further. Through the sfForm::bind() method couples the input of the user coupled with the form controller.

The form controller

I made this in myModule/lib/form/inloggenForm.class.php. In the form is defined and coupled with the validations and the formatting.

<?php
class inloggenForm extends sfForm {
    /**
     * Prepare validators
     */
    private function _setValidators() {
        $this->oValGebruikersnaam = new sfValidatorAnd(
                                    array(
                                        new sfValidatorString(array('min_length' => 3, 'max_length' => 50),
                                                              array('min_length' => 'The username should be at least three characters long',
                                                                    'max_length' => 'The username should be fifty characters long at most',
                                                              )
                                        ),
                                        new sfValidatorCallback(array('callback'  => array('cmsLoginValidator', 'execute'),
                                                                      'arguments' => array()
                                                                ),
                                                                array('invalid'  => 'This username/password combination is unknown')
                                        ),
                                    ),
                                    array('required'   => TRUE),
                                    array('required'   => 'The username is mandatory')
        );
        $this->oValWachtwoord = new sfValidatorString(array('required' => TRUE),
                                                      array('required'   => 'The password is mandatory')
        );
        $this->oValReferrer = new sfValidatorString(array('required' => FALSE));
    }
 
    /**
     * Prepare widgets
     */
    private function _setWidgets() {
        $this->oWidGebruikersnaam = new sfWidgetFormInput(array(), array('id' => 'username', 'size' => 25));
        $this->oWidWachtwoord     = new sfWidgetFormInputPassword(array(), array('id' => 'password', 'size' => 10));
        $this->oWidReferrer       = new sfWidgetFormInputHidden(array(), array('id' => 'referrer'));
    }
 
    /**
     * Configure form
     */
    public function configure()     {
        $this->_setValidators();
        $this->_setWidgets();
 
        /*
         * Set validators
         */
        $this->setValidators(array('username' => $this->oValGebruikersnaam,
                                   'password'     => $this->oValWachtwoord,
                                   'referrer'       => $this->oValReferrer,
                             )
        );
 
        /*
         * Set widgets
         */
        $this->setWidgets(array('username' => $this->oWidGebruikersnaam,
                                'password'     => $this->oWidWachtwoord,
                                'referrer'       => $this->oWidReferrer,
                          )
        );
 
        /*
         * Set decorator
         */
        $oDecorator = new sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatterDiv($this->getWidgetSchema());
        $this->getWidgetSchema()->addFormFormatter('div', $oDecorator);
        $this->getWidgetSchema()->setFormFormatterName('div');
        $this->getWidgetSchema()->setHelps(array('username' => 'Please enter your username',
                                                 'password' => 'Please enter your password'
                                           )
        );
 
    }
 
    /**
     * Bind override
     */
    public function bind(array $taintedValues = null, array $taintedFiles = array()) {
        $request = sfContext::getInstance()->getRequest();
 
        if ($request->hasParameter(self::$CSRFFieldName))         {
            $taintedValues[self::$CSRFFieldName] = $request->getParameter(self::$CSRFFieldName);
        }
 
        parent::bind($taintedValues, $taintedFiles);
    }
}
 

There are two private methods:

I overloaded the earlier mentioned bind() method to process the CSRF token internally. This fiels is regulated by sfForm internally, you to do need to worry about it much, only with the actual functionality.

The configure() method contains the functionality. The validators are created and linked to the corresponding fields and also are the widgets. Also, the decorator is defined with I will go into later on.

Validators

In _setValidators() sfValidatorBase objects are made for each field.

The password field check is the simplest, only the required input is checked. The object is of the type sfValidatorString (extend sfValidatorBase) without extra controls, only the required attribute with errortext is specified. In principle, you can use each validator as -empty- container.

The username is a combination; it is required, there are restrictions to the the stringlength and a correct login is checked. The stringcontrole/requirement is checked through sfValidatorString, which is quite simple.

The check for a correct login is done through a special validator, that does a callback to an custom function: sfValidatorCallback. This is explained later.

Since these two validators check the same field , the sfValidatorAnd validator is used that combines several validators. All validators must be satisfied. Of course Symfony also offers sfValidatorOr that checks that at least one underlying validator satisfies.

The custom logincheck

As you can see the callback validator calls to a custom class/method: myLoginValidator::execute().

/**
 * Fiel with myLoginValidator klasse
 *
 * @package -
 */
/**
 * Validation correct username/password
 *
 * @author Jordi Backx (Snowkrash)
 * @copyright Copyright © 2008, Jordi Backx (Snowkrash)
 * @package -
 */
class myLoginValidator {
    /**
     * execute validator
     *
     * @param sfValidatorBase Validator instance that calls this method
     * @param string Value of field that sfValidatorCallback checks
     * @param array Arguments for correct working
     *
     * @return value field when OK. Nothing if error (sfValidatorError exception)
     */
    public static function execute ($oValidator, $sValue, $aArguments) {
        if ( /* check OK */ ) { // Return waarde veld indien controle OK
            return $sValue;
        }
        // Throw exception when not OK
        throw new sfValidatorError($oValidator, 'invalid', array('value' => $sValue, 'invalid' => $oValidator->getOption('invalid')));
    }
}
 

I set this here with no further logic, that is application specific, thus that you 'll have to do yourself. The base structure can be used. The three parameters must be defined, otherwise the whole application crashes.

Widgets

In _setWidget() sfWidget objects are made for each field.

The widgets are the form elements: finally <input>, <select> etc tags in combination with labels and errortexts.

Each widget can have HTML attributes, which will be printed inside the form elements.

The view

Finally the form must be printed to the screen through a view template.

<p><?php echo __('You need to log in to be able to use the Content Management System.') ?></p>
<div id="formContainer">
<?php if ($oForm->getErrorSchema()->getErrors()) { ?>
    <div id="formulierFouten">
    <ul>
    <?php foreach ($oForm->getErrorSchema() as $sError) { ?>
        <li><?php echo __($sError) ?></li>
    <?php } ?>
    </ul>
    </div>
<?php } ?>
<form action="<?php echo url_for('myModule/myLogin') ?>" method="post">
    <?php echo $oForm['username']->renderLabel(__($oForm['username']->renderLabelName())); echo $oForm['username']->renderRow(__($oForm->getWidgetSchema()->getHelp('username'))); ?>
    <?php echo $oForm['password']->renderLabel(__($oForm['password']->renderLabelName())); echo $oForm['password']->renderRow(__($oForm->getWidgetSchema()->getHelp('password'))); ?>
    <?php echo $oForm['referrer']->render(array('value' => $oForm->getDefault('referrer'))) ?>
    <?php echo $oForm['_csrf_token'] ?>
    <label for="inloggen">&nbsp;</label><input type="submit" value="Inloggen" id="inloggen" class="aanmeldenSubmit" />
</form>
</div>
 

You can see all the i18n code (__() helper) and some non-Symfony 1.0 form building. Errorlists are built through the errorSchema which is available within the form object, the texts themself can be translated as you can see.

Also the labels and help texts are squeezed through i18n. The field names are in English, because the labels are based on these and must go through i18n. This way everything can be translated.

You can print the whole form with an echo of $oForm (goes through __toString()), but you have more control over the layout when you use specific widgetrender functions, like I do with renderRow(). This method takes the helptext as an argument, with is also translated.

The submit button is no widget, so we place it ourselves the old-fashioned way ... no helper, that is so Symfony 1.0.

CSRF token

That one is new. It is there, but we never defined it. It is created within sfForm and only since beta4 when indicated in settings.yml:

#Form security secret (CSRF protection)
    csrf_secret:             hierjeeigenc0d3     # Unique secret to enable CSRF protection or false to disable
 

You can choose your own code, on which the hash inside the CSRF value is based.

The form functionally is ready, but we want more control over the layout. I am a supporter of the tableless HTML design and the standard formatter of sfForm uses ... tables. Well, we can do better.

The form controller showed the coupling with my own formatter:

/*
 * Set decorator
 */
$oDecorator = new sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatterDiv($this->getWidgetSchema());
$this->getWidgetSchema()->addFormFormatter('div', $oDecorator);
$this->getWidgetSchema()->setFormFormatterName('div');
 

I will now go into this part.

I have a class sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatterDiv in sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatterDiv.class.php made in the application-level lib/ directory so that all modules of can use it.

This takes care of the HTML layout of the form elements.

class sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatterDiv extends sfWidgetFormSchemaFormatter {
    protected
        $rowFormat = '%error%%field%<br />%help%<br />',
        $helpFormat = '<span class="help">%help%</span>',
        $errorRowFormat = '<div>%errors%</div>',
        $errorListFormatInARow = '%errors%',
        $errorRowFormatInARow = '<div class="formError">&darr;&nbsp;%error%&nbsp;&darr;</div>',
        $namedErrorRowFormatInARow = '%name%: %error%<br />',
        $decoratorFormat = '<div id="formContainer">%content%</div>';
}
 

A good article is available that describes this system.

For people that wonder why the label (%label% placeholder) is not used: $rowFormat sets the layout of the renderRow() method and since I want to render the label separately (i18n), it must not be rendered a second time by renderRow().

Conclusion

Hopefully the above can be a good help for your own form in Symfony 1.1. The documentation is quite scarce at the moment, so each bit of help will be welcome.

If the English is somewhat bad, I did a automatic translation of my original Dutch version of the article and tuned that a bit. The reason? I am lazy. ;-)

If you find errors in the above, it is because of copying my code probably. Please mention it in the comments.

Good luck!

by Jordi Backx on 2008-05-10, tagged 11  csrf  decorator  form  formatter  i18n  login  sfform  symfony  validator  widget