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From edgarp...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r473755 [25/43] - in /jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser: ./ src/ src/main/ src/main/java/ src/main/java/org/ src/main/java/org/apache/ src/main/java/org/apache/jackrabbit/ src/main/java/org/apache/jackrabbit/browser/ src/main/resources/ ...
Date Sat, 11 Nov 2006 16:44:48 GMT
Added: jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/LightweightGenerator.js
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/LightweightGenerator.js?view=auto&rev=473755
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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator");
+
+/*
+ * summary:
+ *   The LightweightGenerator is intended to be small and fast,
+ *   but not necessarily good.
+ * 
+ * description:
+ *   Small: The LightweightGenerator has a small footprint. 
+ *   Once comments are stripped, it's only about 25 lines of 
+ *   code, and it doesn't dojo.require() any other packages.
+ *
+ *   Fast: The LightweightGenerator can generate lots of new 
+ *   UUIDs fairly quickly (at least, more quickly than the other 
+ *   dojo UUID generators).
+ *
+ *   Not necessarily good: We use Math.random() as our source
+ *   of randomness, which may or may not provide much randomness. 
+ */
+ 
+dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator = new function() {
+	var HEX_RADIX = 16;
+
+	function _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString() {
+		// Make random32bitNumber be a randomly generated floating point number
+		// between 0 and (4,294,967,296 - 1), inclusive.
+		var random32bitNumber = Math.floor( (Math.random() % 1) * Math.pow(2, 32) );
+		var eightCharacterHexString = random32bitNumber.toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		while (eightCharacterHexString.length < 8) {
+			eightCharacterHexString = "0" + eightCharacterHexString;
+		}
+		return eightCharacterHexString; // for example: "3B12F1DF"
+	}
+
+	this.generate = function(/* constructor? */ returnType) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   This function generates random UUIDs, meaning "version 4" UUIDs.
+		// description: 
+		//   A typical generated value would be something like this:
+		//   "3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a"
+		// returnType: The type of object to return. Usually String or dojo.uuid.Uuid
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator.generate();
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator.generate(String);
+		//   var uuid   = dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator.generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid);
+		var hyphen = "-";
+		var versionCodeForRandomlyGeneratedUuids = "4"; // 8 == binary2hex("0100")
+		var variantCodeForDCEUuids = "8"; // 8 == binary2hex("1000")
+		var a = _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString();
+		var b = _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString();
+		b = b.substring(0, 4) + hyphen + versionCodeForRandomlyGeneratedUuids + b.substring(5, 8);
+		var c = _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString();
+		c = variantCodeForDCEUuids + c.substring(1, 4) + hyphen + c.substring(4, 8);
+		var d = _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString();
+		var returnValue = a + hyphen + b + hyphen + c + d;
+		returnValue = returnValue.toLowerCase();
+		if (returnType && (returnType != String)) {
+			returnValue = new returnType(returnValue);
+		}
+		return returnValue;
+	};
+}();

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--- jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/NameBasedGenerator.js (added)
+++ jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/NameBasedGenerator.js Sat Nov 11 08:44:22 2006
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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator");
+
+dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator = new function() {
+	this.generate = function(/* constructor? */ returnType) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   This function generates name-based UUIDs, meaning "version 3" 
+		//   and "version 5" UUIDs.
+		// returnType: The type of object to return. Usually String or dojo.uuid.Uuid
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator.generate();
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator.generate(String);
+		//   var uuid   = dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator.generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid);
+
+		dojo.unimplemented('dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator.generate');
+		
+		// FIXME:
+		// For an algorithm to generate name-based UUIDs, 
+		// see sections 4.3 of RFC 4122:
+		//  http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
+		
+		var returnValue = "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"; // FIXME
+		if (returnType && (returnType != String)) {
+			returnValue = new returnType(returnValue);
+		}
+		return returnValue; // object
+	};
+}();
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URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/NilGenerator.js?view=auto&rev=473755
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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.NilGenerator");
+
+dojo.uuid.NilGenerator = new function() {
+	this.generate = function(/* constructor? */ returnType) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   This function returns the Nil UUID: "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000".
+		// description: 
+		//   The Nil UUID is described in section 4.1.7 of
+		//   RFC 4122: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
+		// returnType: The type of object to return. Usually String or dojo.uuid.Uuid
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.NilGenerator.generate();
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.NilGenerator.generate(String);
+		//   var uuid   = dojo.uuid.NilGenerator.generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid);
+		var returnValue = "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000";
+		if (returnType && (returnType != String)) {
+			returnValue = new returnType(returnValue);
+		}
+		return returnValue; // object
+	};
+}();
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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator");
+
+dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator = new function() {
+	this.generate = function(/* constructor? */ returnType) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   This function generates random UUIDs, meaning "version 4" UUIDs.
+		// description: 
+		//   A typical generated value would be something like this:
+		//   "3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a"
+		// returnType: The type of object to return. Usually String or dojo.uuid.Uuid
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator.generate();
+		//   var string = dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator.generate(String);
+		//   var uuid   = dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator.generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid);
+
+		dojo.unimplemented('dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator.generate');
+		// FIXME:
+		// For an algorithm to generate a random UUID, see
+		// sections 4.4 and 4.5 of RFC 4122:
+		//  http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
+		
+		var returnValue = "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"; // FIXME
+		if (returnType && (returnType != String)) {
+			returnValue = new returnType(returnValue);
+		}
+		return returnValue; // object
+	};
+}();

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Added: jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/TimeBasedGenerator.js
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/jackrabbit/trunk/contrib/jcr-browser/src/main/webapp/dojo/src/uuid/TimeBasedGenerator.js?view=auto&rev=473755
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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.common");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.type");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.assert");
+
+dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator = new function() {
+
+	// --------------------------------------------------
+	// Public constants:
+	// Number of hours between October 15, 1582 and January 1, 1970:
+	this.GREGORIAN_CHANGE_OFFSET_IN_HOURS = 3394248;
+	// Number of seconds between October 15, 1582 and January 1, 1970:
+	//   this.GREGORIAN_CHANGE_OFFSET_IN_SECONDS = 12219292800;	
+	
+	// --------------------------------------------------
+	// Private variables:
+	var _uuidPseudoNodeString = null;
+	var _uuidClockSeqString = null;
+	var _dateValueOfPreviousUuid = null;
+	var _nextIntraMillisecondIncrement = 0;
+	var _cachedMillisecondsBetween1582and1970 = null;
+	var _cachedHundredNanosecondIntervalsPerMillisecond = null;
+	var _uniformNode = null;
+	
+	// --------------------------------------------------
+	// Private constants:
+	var HEX_RADIX = 16;
+
+	function _carry(/* array */ arrayA) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Given an array which holds a 64-bit number broken into 4 16-bit 
+		//   elements, this method carries any excess bits (greater than 16-bits) 
+		//   from each array element into the next.
+		// arrayA: An array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+		arrayA[2] += arrayA[3] >>> 16;
+		arrayA[3] &= 0xFFFF;
+		arrayA[1] += arrayA[2] >>> 16;
+		arrayA[2] &= 0xFFFF;
+		arrayA[0] += arrayA[1] >>> 16;
+		arrayA[1] &= 0xFFFF;
+		dojo.lang.assert((arrayA[0] >>> 16) === 0);
+	}
+
+	function _get64bitArrayFromFloat(/* float */ x) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Given a floating point number, this method returns an array which 
+		//   holds a 64-bit number broken into 4 16-bit elements.
+		var result = new Array(0, 0, 0, 0);
+		result[3] = x % 0x10000;
+		x -= result[3];
+		x /= 0x10000;
+		result[2] = x % 0x10000;
+		x -= result[2];
+		x /= 0x10000;
+		result[1] = x % 0x10000;
+		x -= result[1];
+		x /= 0x10000;
+		result[0] = x;
+		return result; // Array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+	}
+
+	function _addTwo64bitArrays(/* array */ arrayA, /* array */ arrayB) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Takes two arrays, each of which holds a 64-bit number broken into 4
+		//   16-bit elements, and returns a new array that holds a 64-bit number
+		//   that is the sum of the two original numbers.
+		// arrayA: An array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+		// arrayB: An array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+		dojo.lang.assertType(arrayA, Array);
+		dojo.lang.assertType(arrayB, Array);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayA.length == 4);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayB.length == 4);
+	
+		var result = new Array(0, 0, 0, 0);
+		result[3] = arrayA[3] + arrayB[3];
+		result[2] = arrayA[2] + arrayB[2];
+		result[1] = arrayA[1] + arrayB[1];
+		result[0] = arrayA[0] + arrayB[0];
+		_carry(result);
+		return result; // Array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+	}
+
+	function _multiplyTwo64bitArrays(/* array */ arrayA, /* array */ arrayB) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Takes two arrays, each of which holds a 64-bit number broken into 4
+		//   16-bit elements, and returns a new array that holds a 64-bit number
+		//   that is the product of the two original numbers.
+		// arrayA: An array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+		// arrayB: An array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+		dojo.lang.assertType(arrayA, Array);
+		dojo.lang.assertType(arrayB, Array);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayA.length == 4);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayB.length == 4);
+	
+		var overflow = false;
+		if (arrayA[0] * arrayB[0] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		if (arrayA[0] * arrayB[1] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		if (arrayA[0] * arrayB[2] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		if (arrayA[1] * arrayB[0] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		if (arrayA[1] * arrayB[1] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		if (arrayA[2] * arrayB[0] !== 0) { overflow = true; }
+		dojo.lang.assert(!overflow);
+	
+		var result = new Array(0, 0, 0, 0);
+		result[0] += arrayA[0] * arrayB[3];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[0] += arrayA[1] * arrayB[2];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[0] += arrayA[2] * arrayB[1];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[0] += arrayA[3] * arrayB[0];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[1] += arrayA[1] * arrayB[3];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[1] += arrayA[2] * arrayB[2];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[1] += arrayA[3] * arrayB[1];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[2] += arrayA[2] * arrayB[3];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[2] += arrayA[3] * arrayB[2];
+		_carry(result);
+		result[3] += arrayA[3] * arrayB[3];
+		_carry(result);
+		return result; // Array with 4 elements, each of which is a 16-bit number.
+	}
+
+	function _padWithLeadingZeros(/* string */ string, /* int */ desiredLength) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Pads a string with leading zeros and returns the result.
+		// string: A string to add padding to.
+		// desiredLength: The number of characters the return string should have.
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   result = _padWithLeadingZeros("abc", 6);
+		//   dojo.lang.assert(result == "000abc");
+		while (string.length < desiredLength) {
+			string = "0" + string;
+		}
+		return string; // string
+	}
+
+	function _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString() {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Returns a randomly generated 8-character string of hex digits.
+
+		// FIXME: This probably isn't a very high quality random number.
+	
+		// Make random32bitNumber be a randomly generated floating point number
+		// between 0 and (4,294,967,296 - 1), inclusive.
+		var random32bitNumber = Math.floor( (Math.random() % 1) * Math.pow(2, 32) );
+	
+		var eightCharacterString = random32bitNumber.toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		while (eightCharacterString.length < 8) {
+			eightCharacterString = "0" + eightCharacterString;
+		}
+		return eightCharacterString; // String (an 8-character hex string)
+	}
+
+	function _generateUuidString(/* string? */ node) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Generates a time-based UUID, meaning a version 1 UUID.  
+		// description: 
+		//   JavaScript code running in a browser doesn't have access to the 
+		//   IEEE 802.3 address of the computer, so if a node value isn't 
+		//   supplied, we generate a random pseudonode value instead.
+		// node: An optional 12-character string to use as the node in the new UUID.
+		dojo.lang.assertType(node, String, {optional: true});
+		if (node) {
+			dojo.lang.assert(node.length == 12);
+		} else {
+			if (_uniformNode) {
+				node = _uniformNode;
+			} else {
+				if (!_uuidPseudoNodeString) {
+					var pseudoNodeIndicatorBit = 0x8000;
+					var random15bitNumber = Math.floor( (Math.random() % 1) * Math.pow(2, 15) );
+					var leftmost4HexCharacters = (pseudoNodeIndicatorBit | random15bitNumber).toString(HEX_RADIX);
+					_uuidPseudoNodeString = leftmost4HexCharacters + _generateRandomEightCharacterHexString();
+				}
+				node = _uuidPseudoNodeString;
+			}
+		}
+		if (!_uuidClockSeqString) {
+			var variantCodeForDCEUuids = 0x8000; // 10--------------, i.e. uses only first two of 16 bits.
+			var random14bitNumber = Math.floor( (Math.random() % 1) * Math.pow(2, 14) );
+			_uuidClockSeqString = (variantCodeForDCEUuids | random14bitNumber).toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		}
+	
+		// Maybe we should think about trying to make the code more readable to
+		// newcomers by creating a class called "WholeNumber" that encapsulates
+		// the methods and data structures for working with these arrays that
+		// hold 4 16-bit numbers?  And then these variables below have names
+		// like "wholeSecondsPerHour" rather than "arraySecondsPerHour"?
+		var now = new Date();
+		var millisecondsSince1970 = now.valueOf(); // milliseconds since midnight 01 January, 1970 UTC.
+		var nowArray = _get64bitArrayFromFloat(millisecondsSince1970);
+		if (!_cachedMillisecondsBetween1582and1970) {
+			var arraySecondsPerHour = _get64bitArrayFromFloat(60 * 60);
+			var arrayHoursBetween1582and1970 = _get64bitArrayFromFloat(dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator.GREGORIAN_CHANGE_OFFSET_IN_HOURS);
+			var arraySecondsBetween1582and1970 = _multiplyTwo64bitArrays(arrayHoursBetween1582and1970, arraySecondsPerHour);
+			var arrayMillisecondsPerSecond = _get64bitArrayFromFloat(1000);
+			_cachedMillisecondsBetween1582and1970 = _multiplyTwo64bitArrays(arraySecondsBetween1582and1970, arrayMillisecondsPerSecond);
+			_cachedHundredNanosecondIntervalsPerMillisecond = _get64bitArrayFromFloat(10000);
+		}
+		var arrayMillisecondsSince1970 = nowArray;
+		var arrayMillisecondsSince1582 = _addTwo64bitArrays(_cachedMillisecondsBetween1582and1970, arrayMillisecondsSince1970);
+		var arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 = _multiplyTwo64bitArrays(arrayMillisecondsSince1582, _cachedHundredNanosecondIntervalsPerMillisecond);
+	
+		if (now.valueOf() == _dateValueOfPreviousUuid) {
+			arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582[3] += _nextIntraMillisecondIncrement;
+			_carry(arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582);
+			_nextIntraMillisecondIncrement += 1;
+			if (_nextIntraMillisecondIncrement == 10000) {
+				// If we've gotten to here, it means we've already generated 10,000
+				// UUIDs in this single millisecond, which is the most that the UUID
+				// timestamp field allows for.  So now we'll just sit here and wait
+				// for a fraction of a millisecond, so as to ensure that the next
+				// time this method is called there will be a different millisecond
+				// value in the timestamp field.
+				while (now.valueOf() == _dateValueOfPreviousUuid) {
+					now = new Date();
+				}
+			}
+		} else {
+			_dateValueOfPreviousUuid = now.valueOf();
+			_nextIntraMillisecondIncrement = 1;
+		}
+	
+		var hexTimeLowLeftHalf  = arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582[2].toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		var hexTimeLowRightHalf = arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582[3].toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		var hexTimeLow = _padWithLeadingZeros(hexTimeLowLeftHalf, 4) + _padWithLeadingZeros(hexTimeLowRightHalf, 4);
+		var hexTimeMid = arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582[1].toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		hexTimeMid = _padWithLeadingZeros(hexTimeMid, 4);
+		var hexTimeHigh = arrayHundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582[0].toString(HEX_RADIX);
+		hexTimeHigh = _padWithLeadingZeros(hexTimeHigh, 3);
+		var hyphen = "-";
+		var versionCodeForTimeBasedUuids = "1"; // binary2hex("0001")
+		var resultUuid = hexTimeLow + hyphen + hexTimeMid + hyphen +
+					versionCodeForTimeBasedUuids + hexTimeHigh + hyphen +
+					_uuidClockSeqString + hyphen + node;
+		resultUuid = resultUuid.toLowerCase();
+		return resultUuid; // String (a 36 character string, which will look something like "b4308fb0-86cd-11da-a72b-0800200c9a66")
+	}
+
+	this.setNode = function(/* string? */ node) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Sets the 'node' value that will be included in generated UUIDs.
+		// node: A 12-character hex string representing a pseudoNode or hardwareNode.
+		dojo.lang.assert((node === null) || (node.length == 12));
+		_uniformNode = node;
+	};
+
+	this.getNode = function() {
+		// summary: 
+		//   Returns the 'node' value that will be included in generated UUIDs.
+		return _uniformNode; // String (a 12-character hex string representing a pseudoNode or hardwareNode)
+	};
+
+	this.generate = function(/* misc? */ input) {
+		// summary: 
+		//   This function generates time-based UUIDs, meaning "version 1" UUIDs. 
+		// description: 
+		// For more info, see
+		//   http://www.webdav.org/specs/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.txt
+		//   http://www.infonuovo.com/dma/csdocs/sketch/instidid.htm
+		//   http://kruithof.xs4all.nl/uuid/uuidgen
+		//   http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009629399/apdxa.htm#tagcjh_20
+		//   http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/id/apidocs/org/apache/commons/id/uuid/clock/Clock.html
+
+		// examples: 
+		//   var generate = dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator.generate;
+		//   var uuid;   // an instance of dojo.uuid.Uuid
+		//   var string; // a simple string literal
+		//   string = generate();
+		//   string = generate(String);
+		//   uuid   = generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid);
+		//   string = generate("017bf397618a");
+		//   string = generate({node: "017bf397618a"});         // hardwareNode
+		//   string = generate({node: "f17bf397618a"});         // pseudoNode
+		//   string = generate({hardwareNode: "017bf397618a"});
+		//   string = generate({pseudoNode:   "f17bf397618a"});
+		//   string = generate({node: "017bf397618a", returnType: String});
+		//   uuid   = generate({node: "017bf397618a", returnType: dojo.uuid.Uuid});
+		//   dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator.setNode("017bf397618a");
+		//   string = generate(); // the generated UUID has node == "017bf397618a"
+		//   uuid   = generate(dojo.uuid.Uuid); // the generated UUID has node == "017bf397618a"
+		var nodeString = null;
+		var returnType = null;
+		
+		if (input) {
+			if (dojo.lang.isObject(input) && !dojo.lang.isBuiltIn(input)) {
+				// input: object {node: string, hardwareNode: string, pseudoNode: string}
+				// node: A 12-character hex string representing a pseudoNode or hardwareNode.
+				// hardwareNode: A 12-character hex string containing an IEEE 802.3 network node identificator.
+				// pseudoNode: A 12-character hex string representing a pseudoNode.
+				var namedParameters = input;
+				dojo.lang.assertValidKeywords(namedParameters, ["node", "hardwareNode", "pseudoNode", "returnType"]);
+				var node = namedParameters["node"];
+				var hardwareNode = namedParameters["hardwareNode"];
+				var pseudoNode = namedParameters["pseudoNode"];
+				nodeString = (node || pseudoNode || hardwareNode);
+				if (nodeString) {
+					var firstCharacter = nodeString.charAt(0);
+					var firstDigit = parseInt(firstCharacter, HEX_RADIX);
+					if (hardwareNode) {
+						dojo.lang.assert((firstDigit >= 0x0) && (firstDigit <= 0x7));
+					}
+					if (pseudoNode) {
+						dojo.lang.assert((firstDigit >= 0x8) && (firstDigit <= 0xF));
+					}
+				}
+				returnType = namedParameters["returnType"];
+				dojo.lang.assertType(returnType, Function, {optional: true});
+			} else {
+				if (dojo.lang.isString(input)) {
+					// input: string A 12-character hex string representing a pseudoNode or hardwareNode.
+					nodeString = input;
+					returnType = null;
+				} else {
+					if (dojo.lang.isFunction(input)) {
+						// input: constructor The type of object to return. Usually String or dojo.uuid.Uuid
+						nodeString = null;
+						returnType = input;
+					}
+				}
+			}
+			if (nodeString) {
+				dojo.lang.assert(nodeString.length == 12);
+				var integer = parseInt(nodeString, HEX_RADIX);
+				dojo.lang.assert(isFinite(integer));
+			}
+			dojo.lang.assertType(returnType, Function, {optional: true});
+		}
+		
+		var uuidString = _generateUuidString(nodeString);
+		var returnValue;
+		if (returnType && (returnType != String)) {
+			returnValue = new returnType(uuidString);
+		} else {
+			returnValue = uuidString;
+		}
+		return returnValue; // object
+	};
+}();

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+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.Uuid");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.common");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.assert");
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid = function(/* string || generator */ input) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   This is the constructor for the Uuid class.  The Uuid class offers 
+	//   methods for inspecting existing UUIDs.
+	
+	// examples:
+	//   var uuid;
+	//   uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid("3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a");
+	//   uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(); // "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"
+	//   uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator);
+	//   uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator);
+	//   dojo.uuid.Uuid.setGenerator(dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator);
+	//   uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid();
+	//   dojo.lang.assert(!uuid.isEqual(dojo.uuid.Uuid.NIL_UUID));
+	this._uuidString = dojo.uuid.Uuid.NIL_UUID;
+	if (input) {
+		if (dojo.lang.isString(input)) {
+			// input: string? A 36-character string that conforms to the UUID spec.
+			this._uuidString = input.toLowerCase();
+			dojo.lang.assert(this.isValid());
+		} else {
+			if (dojo.lang.isObject(input) && input.generate) {
+				// input: generator A UUID generator, such as dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator.
+				var generator = input;
+				this._uuidString = generator.generate();
+				dojo.lang.assert(this.isValid());
+			} else {
+				// we got passed something other than a string
+				dojo.lang.assert(false, "The dojo.uuid.Uuid() constructor must be initializated with a UUID string.");
+			}
+		}
+	} else {
+		var ourGenerator = dojo.uuid.Uuid.getGenerator();
+		if (ourGenerator) {
+			this._uuidString = ourGenerator.generate();
+			dojo.lang.assert(this.isValid());
+		}
+	}
+};
+
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------
+// Public constants
+// -------------------------------------------------------------------
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.NIL_UUID = "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000";
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version = {
+	UNKNOWN: 0,
+	TIME_BASED: 1,
+	DCE_SECURITY: 2,
+	NAME_BASED_MD5: 3,
+	RANDOM: 4,
+	NAME_BASED_SHA1: 5 };
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant = {
+	NCS: "0",
+	DCE: "10",
+	MICROSOFT: "110",
+	UNKNOWN: "111" };
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX = 16;
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.compare = function(/* dojo.uuid.Uuid */ uuidOne, /* dojo.uuid.Uuid */ uuidTwo) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Given two UUIDs to compare, this method returns 0, 1, or -1.
+	// description:
+	//   This method is designed to be used by sorting routines, like the
+	//   JavaScript built-in Array sort() method. This implementation is 
+	//   intended to match the sample implementation in IETF RFC 4122:
+	//   http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
+	// uuidOne: Any object that has toString() method that returns a 36-character string that conforms to the UUID spec.
+	// uuidTwo: Any object that has toString() method that returns a 36-character string that conforms to the UUID spec.
+
+	// examples:
+	//   var uuid;
+	//   var generator = dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator;
+	//   var a = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(generator);
+	//   var b = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(generator);
+	//   var c = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(generator);
+	//   var array = new Array(a, b, c);
+	//   array.sort(dojo.uuid.Uuid.compare);
+	var uuidStringOne = uuidOne.toString();
+	var uuidStringTwo = uuidTwo.toString();
+	if (uuidStringOne > uuidStringTwo) return 1;   // integer
+	if (uuidStringOne < uuidStringTwo) return -1;  // integer
+	return 0; // integer (either 0, 1, or -1)
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.setGenerator = function(/* generator? */ generator) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Sets the default generator, which will be used by the 
+	//   "new dojo.uuid.Uuid()" constructor if no parameters
+	//   are passed in.
+	// generator: A UUID generator, such as dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator.
+	dojo.lang.assert(!generator || (dojo.lang.isObject(generator) && generator.generate));
+	dojo.uuid.Uuid._ourGenerator = generator;
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.getGenerator = function() {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Returns the default generator.  See setGenerator().
+	return dojo.uuid.Uuid._ourGenerator; // generator (A UUID generator, such as dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator).
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.toString = function(/* string? */format) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   By default this method returns a standard 36-character string representing 
+	//   the UUID, such as "3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a".  You can also
+	//   pass in an optional format specifier to request the output in any of
+	//   a half dozen slight variations.
+	// format: One of these strings: '{}', '()', '""', "''", 'urn', '!-'
+
+	// examples:
+	//   var uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid(dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator);
+	//   var s;
+	//   s = uuid.toString();       //  eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445
+	//   s = uuid.toString('{}');   // {eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445}
+	//   s = uuid.toString('()');   // (eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445)
+	//   s = uuid.toString('""');   // "eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445"
+	//   s = uuid.toString("''");   // 'eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445'
+	//   s = uuid.toString('!-');   //  eb529fec649811d7b236000629ba5445
+	//   s = uuid.toString('urn');  //  urn:uuid:eb529fec-6498-11d7-b236-000629ba5445
+	if (format) {
+		switch (format) {
+			case '{}':
+				return '{' + this._uuidString + '}';
+				break;
+			case '()':
+				return '(' + this._uuidString + ')';
+				break;
+			case '""':
+				return '"' + this._uuidString + '"';
+				break;
+			case "''":
+				return "'" + this._uuidString + "'";
+				break;
+			case 'urn':
+				return 'urn:uuid:' + this._uuidString;
+				break;
+			case '!-':
+				return this._uuidString.split('-').join('');
+				break;
+			default:
+				// we got passed something other than what we expected
+				dojo.lang.assert(false, "The toString() method of dojo.uuid.Uuid was passed a bogus format.");
+		}
+	} else {
+		return this._uuidString; // string
+	}
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.compare = function(/* dojo.uuid.Uuid */ otherUuid) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Compares this UUID to another UUID, and returns 0, 1, or -1.
+	// description:
+	//   This implementation is intended to match the sample implementation
+	//   in IETF RFC 4122: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
+	// otherUuid: Any object that has toString() method that returns a 36-character string that conforms to the UUID spec.
+	return dojo.uuid.Uuid.compare(this, otherUuid); // integer (either 0, 1, or -1)
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.isEqual = function(/* dojo.uuid.Uuid */ otherUuid) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Returns true if this UUID is equal to the otherUuid, or false otherwise.
+	// otherUuid: Any object that has toString() method that returns a 36-character string that conforms to the UUID spec.
+	return (this.compare(otherUuid) == 0); // boolean
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.isValid = function() {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Returns true if the UUID was initialized with a valid value.
+	try {
+		dojo.lang.assertType(this._uuidString, String);
+		dojo.lang.assert(this._uuidString.length == 36);
+		dojo.lang.assert(this._uuidString == this._uuidString.toLowerCase());
+		var arrayOfParts = this._uuidString.split("-");
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts.length == 5);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts[0].length == 8);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts[1].length == 4);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts[2].length == 4);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts[3].length == 4);
+		dojo.lang.assert(arrayOfParts[4].length == 12);
+		for (var i in arrayOfParts) {
+			var part = arrayOfParts[i];
+			var integer = parseInt(part, dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+			dojo.lang.assert(isFinite(integer));
+		}
+		return true; // boolean
+	} catch (e) {
+		return false; // boolean
+	}
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.getVariant = function() {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Returns a variant code that indicates what type of UUID this is.
+	//   Returns one of the enumerated dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant values.
+
+	// example: 
+	//   var uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid("3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a");
+	//   var variant = uuid.getVariant();
+	//   dojo.lang.assert(variant == dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant.DCE);
+	// example: 
+	// "3b12f1df-5232-4804-897e-917bf397618a"
+	//                     ^
+	//                     |
+	//         (variant "10__" == DCE)
+	var variantCharacter = this._uuidString.charAt(19);
+	var variantNumber = parseInt(variantCharacter, dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+	dojo.lang.assert((variantNumber >= 0) && (variantNumber <= 16));
+
+	if (!dojo.uuid.Uuid._ourVariantLookupTable) {
+		var Variant = dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant;
+		var lookupTable = [];
+
+		lookupTable[0x0] = Variant.NCS;       // 0000
+		lookupTable[0x1] = Variant.NCS;       // 0001
+		lookupTable[0x2] = Variant.NCS;       // 0010
+		lookupTable[0x3] = Variant.NCS;       // 0011
+
+		lookupTable[0x4] = Variant.NCS;       // 0100
+		lookupTable[0x5] = Variant.NCS;       // 0101
+		lookupTable[0x6] = Variant.NCS;       // 0110
+		lookupTable[0x7] = Variant.NCS;       // 0111
+
+		lookupTable[0x8] = Variant.DCE;       // 1000
+		lookupTable[0x9] = Variant.DCE;       // 1001
+		lookupTable[0xA] = Variant.DCE;       // 1010
+		lookupTable[0xB] = Variant.DCE;       // 1011
+
+		lookupTable[0xC] = Variant.MICROSOFT; // 1100
+		lookupTable[0xD] = Variant.MICROSOFT; // 1101
+		lookupTable[0xE] = Variant.UNKNOWN;   // 1110
+		lookupTable[0xF] = Variant.UNKNOWN;   // 1111
+		
+		dojo.uuid.Uuid._ourVariantLookupTable = lookupTable;
+	}
+
+	return dojo.uuid.Uuid._ourVariantLookupTable[variantNumber]; // dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.getVersion = function() {
+	// summary: 
+	//   Returns a version number that indicates what type of UUID this is.
+	//   Returns one of the enumerated dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version values.
+
+	// example: 
+	//   var uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid("b4308fb0-86cd-11da-a72b-0800200c9a66");
+	//   var version = uuid.getVersion();
+	//   dojo.lang.assert(version == dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version.TIME_BASED);
+	// exceptions: 
+	//   Throws an Error if this is not a DCE Variant UUID.
+	if (!this._versionNumber) {
+		var errorMessage = "Called getVersion() on a dojo.uuid.Uuid that was not a DCE Variant UUID.";
+		dojo.lang.assert(this.getVariant() == dojo.uuid.Uuid.Variant.DCE, errorMessage);
+	
+		// "b4308fb0-86cd-11da-a72b-0800200c9a66"
+		//                ^
+		//                |
+		//       (version 1 == TIME_BASED)
+		var versionCharacter = this._uuidString.charAt(14);
+		this._versionNumber = parseInt(versionCharacter, dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+	}
+	return this._versionNumber; // dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.getNode = function() {
+	// summary: 
+	//   If this is a version 1 UUID (a time-based UUID), getNode() returns a 
+	//   12-character string with the "node" or "pseudonode" portion of the UUID, 
+	//   which is the rightmost 12 characters.  
+
+	// exceptions: 
+	//   Throws an Error if this is not a version 1 UUID.
+	if (!this._nodeString) {
+		var errorMessage = "Called getNode() on a dojo.uuid.Uuid that was not a TIME_BASED UUID.";
+		dojo.lang.assert(this.getVersion() == dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version.TIME_BASED, errorMessage);
+
+		var arrayOfStrings = this._uuidString.split('-');
+		this._nodeString = arrayOfStrings[4];
+	}
+	return this._nodeString; // String (a 12-character string, which will look something like "917bf397618a")
+};
+
+dojo.uuid.Uuid.prototype.getTimestamp = function(/* misc. */ returnType) {
+	// summary: 
+	//   If this is a version 1 UUID (a time-based UUID), this method returns
+	//   the timestamp value encoded in the UUID.  The caller can ask for the
+	//   timestamp to be returned either as a JavaScript Date object or as a 
+	//   15-character string of hex digits.
+	// returnType: Any of these five values: "string", String, "hex", "date", Date
+
+	// returns: 
+	//   Returns the timestamp value as a JavaScript Date object or a 15-character string of hex digits.
+	// examples: 
+	//   var uuid = new dojo.uuid.Uuid("b4308fb0-86cd-11da-a72b-0800200c9a66");
+	//   var date, string, hexString;
+	//   date   = uuid.getTimestamp();         // returns a JavaScript Date
+	//   date   = uuid.getTimestamp(Date);     // 
+	//   string = uuid.getTimestamp(String);   // "Mon, 16 Jan 2006 20:21:41 GMT"
+	//   hexString = uuid.getTimestamp("hex"); // "1da86cdb4308fb0"
+	// exceptions: 
+	//   Throws an Error if this is not a version 1 UUID.
+	var errorMessage = "Called getTimestamp() on a dojo.uuid.Uuid that was not a TIME_BASED UUID.";
+	dojo.lang.assert(this.getVersion() == dojo.uuid.Uuid.Version.TIME_BASED, errorMessage);
+	
+	if (!returnType) {returnType = null};
+	switch (returnType) {
+		case "string":
+		case String:
+			return this.getTimestamp(Date).toUTCString(); // String (e.g. "Mon, 16 Jan 2006 20:21:41 GMT")
+			break;
+		case "hex":
+			// Return a 15-character string of hex digits containing the 
+			// timestamp for this UUID, with the high-order bits first.
+			if (!this._timestampAsHexString) {
+				var arrayOfStrings = this._uuidString.split('-');
+				var hexTimeLow = arrayOfStrings[0];
+				var hexTimeMid = arrayOfStrings[1];
+				var hexTimeHigh = arrayOfStrings[2];
+			
+				// Chop off the leading "1" character, which is the UUID 
+				// version number for time-based UUIDs.
+				hexTimeHigh = hexTimeHigh.slice(1);
+			
+				this._timestampAsHexString = hexTimeHigh + hexTimeMid + hexTimeLow;
+				dojo.lang.assert(this._timestampAsHexString.length == 15);
+			}
+			return this._timestampAsHexString; // String (e.g. "1da86cdb4308fb0")
+			break;
+		case null: // no returnType was specified, so default to Date
+		case "date":
+		case Date:
+			// Return a JavaScript Date object. 
+			if (!this._timestampAsDate) {
+				var GREGORIAN_CHANGE_OFFSET_IN_HOURS = 3394248;
+			
+				var arrayOfParts = this._uuidString.split('-');
+				var timeLow = parseInt(arrayOfParts[0], dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+				var timeMid = parseInt(arrayOfParts[1], dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+				var timeHigh = parseInt(arrayOfParts[2], dojo.uuid.Uuid.HEX_RADIX);
+				var hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 = timeHigh & 0x0FFF;
+				hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 <<= 16;
+				hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 += timeMid;
+				// What we really want to do next is shift left 32 bits, but the 
+				// result will be too big to fit in an int, so we'll multiply by 2^32,
+				// and the result will be a floating point approximation.
+				hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 *= 0x100000000;
+				hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 += timeLow;
+				var millisecondsSince1582 = hundredNanosecondIntervalsSince1582 / 10000;
+			
+				// Again, this will be a floating point approximation.
+				// We can make things exact later if we need to.
+				var secondsPerHour = 60 * 60;
+				var hoursBetween1582and1970 = GREGORIAN_CHANGE_OFFSET_IN_HOURS;
+				var secondsBetween1582and1970 = hoursBetween1582and1970 * secondsPerHour;
+				var millisecondsBetween1582and1970 = secondsBetween1582and1970 * 1000;
+				var millisecondsSince1970 = millisecondsSince1582 - millisecondsBetween1582and1970;
+			
+				this._timestampAsDate = new Date(millisecondsSince1970);
+			}
+			return this._timestampAsDate; // Date
+			break;
+		default:
+			// we got passed something other than a valid returnType
+			dojo.lang.assert(false, "The getTimestamp() method dojo.uuid.Uuid was passed a bogus returnType: " + returnType);
+			break;
+	}
+};

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+dojo.kwCompoundRequire({
+	common: [
+		"dojo.uuid.Uuid",
+		"dojo.uuid.LightweightGenerator",
+		"dojo.uuid.RandomGenerator",
+		"dojo.uuid.TimeBasedGenerator",
+		"dojo.uuid.NameBasedGenerator",
+		"dojo.uuid.NilGenerator"
+	]
+});
+dojo.provide("dojo.uuid.*");
+

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");

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+dojo.require("dojo.validate");
+dojo.kwCompoundRequire({
+	common:		["dojo.validate.check", 
+						"dojo.validate.datetime", 
+						"dojo.validate.de", 
+						"dojo.validate.jp", 
+						"dojo.validate.us", 
+						"dojo.validate.web" 
+	]
+});
+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.*");

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.check");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.common");
+
+dojo.validate.check = function(/*HTMLFormElement*/form, /*Object*/profile){
+	// summary: validates user input of an HTML form based on input profile
+	//
+	// description:
+	//	returns an object that contains several methods summarizing the results of the validation
+	//
+	// form: form to be validated
+	// profile: specifies how the form fields are to be validated
+	// {trim:Array, uppercase:Array, lowercase:Array, ucfirst:Array, digit:Array,
+	//	required:Array, dependencies:Object, constraints:Object, confirm:Object}
+
+	// Essentially private properties of results object
+	var missing = [];
+	var invalid = [];
+
+	// results object summarizes the validation
+	var results = {
+		isSuccessful: function() {return ( !this.hasInvalid() && !this.hasMissing() );},
+		hasMissing: function() {return ( missing.length > 0 );},
+		getMissing: function() {return missing;},
+		isMissing: function(elemname) {
+			for(var i = 0; i < missing.length; i++){
+				if(elemname == missing[i]){ return true; }
+			}
+			return false;
+		},
+		hasInvalid: function() {return ( invalid.length > 0 );},
+		getInvalid: function() {return invalid;},
+		isInvalid: function(elemname){
+			for(var i = 0; i < invalid.length; i++){
+				if(elemname == invalid[i]){ return true; }
+			}
+			return false;
+		}
+	};
+
+	// Filters are applied before fields are validated.
+	// Trim removes white space at the front and end of the fields.
+	if(profile.trim instanceof Array){
+		for(var i = 0; i < profile.trim.length; i++){
+			var elem = form[profile.trim[i]];
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; }
+			elem.value = elem.value.replace(/(^\s*|\s*$)/g, "");
+		}
+	}
+	// Convert to uppercase
+	if(profile.uppercase instanceof Array){
+		for(var i = 0; i < profile.uppercase.length; i++){
+			var elem = form[profile.uppercase[i]];
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; }
+			elem.value = elem.value.toUpperCase();
+		}
+	}
+	// Convert to lowercase
+	if(profile.lowercase instanceof Array){
+		for (var i = 0; i < profile.lowercase.length; i++){
+			var elem = form[profile.lowercase[i]];
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; }
+			elem.value = elem.value.toLowerCase();
+		}
+	}
+	// Uppercase first letter
+	if(profile.ucfirst instanceof Array){
+		for(var i = 0; i < profile.ucfirst.length; i++){
+			var elem = form[profile.ucfirst[i]];
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; }
+			elem.value = elem.value.replace(/\b\w+\b/g, function(word) { return word.substring(0,1).toUpperCase() + word.substring(1).toLowerCase(); });
+		}
+	}
+	// Remove non digits characters from the input.
+	if(profile.digit instanceof Array){
+		for(var i = 0; i < profile.digit.length; i++){
+			var elem = form[profile.digit[i]];
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; }
+			elem.value = elem.value.replace(/\D/g, "");
+		}
+	}
+
+	// See if required input fields have values missing.
+	if(profile.required instanceof Array){
+		for(var i = 0; i < profile.required.length; i++){ 
+			if(!dojo.lang.isString(profile.required[i])){ continue; }
+			var elem = form[profile.required[i]];
+			// Are textbox, textarea, or password fields blank.
+			if((elem.type == "text" || elem.type == "textarea" || elem.type == "password") && /^\s*$/.test(elem.value)){	
+				missing[missing.length] = elem.name;
+			}
+			// Does drop-down box have option selected.
+			else if((elem.type == "select-one" || elem.type == "select-multiple") 
+						&& (elem.selectedIndex == -1 
+						|| /^\s*$/.test(elem.options[elem.selectedIndex].value))){
+				missing[missing.length] = elem.name;
+			}
+			// Does radio button group (or check box group) have option checked.
+			else if(elem instanceof Array){
+				var checked = false;
+				for(var j = 0; j < elem.length; j++){
+					if (elem[j].checked) { checked = true; }
+				}
+				if(!checked){	
+					missing[missing.length] = elem[0].name;
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// See if checkbox groups and select boxes have x number of required values.
+	if(profile.required instanceof Array){
+		for (var i = 0; i < profile.required.length; i++){ 
+			if(!dojo.lang.isObject(profile.required[i])){ continue; }
+			var elem, numRequired;
+			for(var name in profile.required[i]){ 
+				elem = form[name]; 
+				numRequired = profile.required[i][name];
+			}
+			// case 1: elem is a check box group
+			if(elem instanceof Array){
+				var checked = 0;
+				for(var j = 0; j < elem.length; j++){
+					if(elem[j].checked){ checked++; }
+				}
+				if(checked < numRequired){	
+					missing[missing.length] = elem[0].name;
+				}
+			}
+			// case 2: elem is a select box
+			else if(elem.type == "select-multiple" ){
+				var selected = 0;
+				for(var j = 0; j < elem.options.length; j++){
+					if (elem.options[j].selected && !/^\s*$/.test(elem.options[j].value)) { selected++; }
+				}
+				if(selected < numRequired){	
+					missing[missing.length] = elem.name;
+				}
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Dependent fields are required when the target field is present (not blank).
+	// Todo: Support dependent and target fields that are radio button groups, or select drop-down lists.
+	// Todo: Make the dependency based on a specific value of the target field.
+	// Todo: allow dependent fields to have several required values, like {checkboxgroup: 3}.
+	if(dojo.lang.isObject(profile.dependencies) || dojo.lang.isObject(profile.dependancies)){
+		if(profile["dependancies"]){
+			dojo.deprecated("dojo.validate.check", "profile 'dependancies' is deprecated, please use "
+							+ "'dependencies'", "0.5");
+			profile.dependencies=profile.dependancies;
+		}
+		// properties of dependencies object are the names of dependent fields to be checked
+		for(name in profile.dependencies){
+			var elem = form[name];	// the dependent element
+			if(elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password"){ continue; } // limited support
+			if(/\S+/.test(elem.value)){ continue; }	// has a value already
+			if(results.isMissing(elem.name)){ continue; }	// already listed as missing
+			var target = form[profile.dependencies[name]];
+			if(target.type != "text" && target.type != "textarea" && target.type != "password"){ continue; }	// limited support
+			if(/^\s*$/.test(target.value)){ continue; }	// skip if blank
+			missing[missing.length] = elem.name;	// ok the dependent field is missing
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Find invalid input fields.
+	if(dojo.lang.isObject(profile.constraints)){
+		// constraint properties are the names of fields to bevalidated
+		for(name in profile.constraints){
+			var elem = form[name];
+			if(	(elem.type != "text")&&
+				(elem.type != "textarea")&&
+				(elem.type != "password")){
+				continue;
+			}
+			// skip if blank - its optional unless required, in which case it
+			// is already listed as missing.
+			if(/^\s*$/.test(elem.value)){ continue; }
+
+			var isValid = true;
+			// case 1: constraint value is validation function
+			if(dojo.lang.isFunction(profile.constraints[name])){
+				isValid = profile.constraints[name](elem.value);
+			}else if(dojo.lang.isArray(profile.constraints[name])){
+				// handle nested arrays for multiple constraints
+				if(dojo.lang.isArray(profile.constraints[name][0])){
+					for (var i=0; i<profile.constraints[name].length; i++){
+						isValid = dojo.validate.evaluateConstraint(profile, profile.constraints[name][i], name, elem);
+						if(!isValid){ break; }
+					}
+				}else{
+					// case 2: constraint value is array, first elem is function,
+					// tail is parameters
+					isValid = dojo.validate.evaluateConstraint(profile, profile.constraints[name], name, elem);
+				}
+			}
+
+			if(!isValid){	
+				invalid[invalid.length] = elem.name;
+			}
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Find unequal confirm fields and report them as Invalid.
+	if(dojo.lang.isObject(profile.confirm)){
+		for(name in profile.confirm){
+			var elem = form[name];	// the confirm element
+			var target = form[profile.confirm[name]];
+			if ( (elem.type != "text" && elem.type != "textarea" && elem.type != "password") 
+				||(target.type != elem.type)
+				||(target.value == elem.value)	// it's valid
+				||(results.isInvalid(elem.name))// already listed as invalid
+				||(/^\s*$/.test(target.value)))	// skip if blank - only confirm if target has a value
+			{
+				continue; 
+			}	
+			invalid[invalid.length] = elem.name;
+		}
+	}
+
+	return results; // Object
+}
+
+//TODO: evaluateConstraint doesn't use profile or fieldName args?
+dojo.validate.evaluateConstraint=function(profile, /*Array*/constraint, fieldName, elem){
+	// summary:
+	//	Evaluates dojo.validate.check() constraints that are specified as array
+	//	arguments
+	//
+	// description: The arrays are expected to be in the format of:
+	//      constraints:{
+	//              fieldName: [functionToCall, param1, param2, etc.],
+	//              fieldName: [[functionToCallFirst, param1],[functionToCallSecond,param2]]
+	//      }
+	// 
+	//  This function evaluates a single array function in the format of:
+	//      [functionName, argument1, argument2, etc]
+	// 
+	//  The function will be parsed out and evaluated against the incoming parameters.
+	//
+	// profile: The dojo.validate.check() profile that this evaluation is against.
+	// constraint: The single [] array of function and arguments for the function.
+	// fieldName: The form dom name of the field being validated.
+	// elem: The form element field.
+
+ 	var isValidSomething = constraint[0];
+	var params = constraint.slice(1);
+	params.unshift(elem.value);
+	if(typeof isValidSomething != "undefined"){
+		return isValidSomething.apply(null, params);
+	}
+	return false; // Boolean
+}

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.common");
+
+dojo.require("dojo.regexp");
+
+
+dojo.validate.isText = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+// summary:
+//	Checks if a string has non whitespace characters. 
+//	Parameters allow you to constrain the length.
+//
+// value: A string
+// flags: {length: Number, minlength: Number, maxlength: Number}
+//    flags.length  If set, checks if there are exactly flags.length number of characters.
+//    flags.minlength  If set, checks if there are at least flags.minlength number of characters.
+//    flags.maxlength  If set, checks if there are at most flags.maxlength number of characters.
+
+	flags = (typeof flags == "object") ? flags : {};
+
+	// test for text
+	if(/^\s*$/.test(value)){ return false; } // Boolean
+
+	// length tests
+	if(typeof flags.length == "number" && flags.length != value.length){ return false; } // Boolean
+	if(typeof flags.minlength == "number" && flags.minlength > value.length){ return false; } // Boolean
+	if(typeof flags.maxlength == "number" && flags.maxlength < value.length){ return false; } // Boolean
+
+	return true; // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isInteger = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+// summary:
+//	Validates whether a string is in an integer format
+//
+// value  A string
+// flags  {signed: Boolean|[true,false], separator: String}
+//    flags.signed  The leading plus-or-minus sign.  Can be true, false, or [true, false].
+//      Default is [true, false], (i.e. sign is optional).
+//    flags.separator  The character used as the thousands separator.  Default is no separator.
+//      For more than one symbol use an array, e.g. [",", ""], makes ',' optional.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.integer(flags) + "$");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isRealNumber = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+// summary:
+//	Validates whether a string is a real valued number. 
+//	Format is the usual exponential notation.
+//
+// value: A string
+// flags: {places: Number, decimal: String, exponent: Boolean|[true,false], eSigned: Boolean|[true,false], ...}
+//    flags.places  The integer number of decimal places.
+//      If not given, the decimal part is optional and the number of places is unlimited.
+//    flags.decimal  The character used for the decimal point.  Default is ".".
+//    flags.exponent  Express in exponential notation.  Can be true, false, or [true, false].
+//      Default is [true, false], (i.e. the exponential part is optional).
+//    flags.eSigned  The leading plus-or-minus sign on the exponent.  Can be true, false, 
+//      or [true, false].  Default is [true, false], (i.e. sign is optional).
+//    flags in regexp.integer can be applied.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.realNumber(flags) + "$");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isCurrency = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+// summary:
+//	Validates whether a string denotes a monetary value. 
+// value: A string
+// flags: {signed:Boolean|[true,false], symbol:String, placement:String, separator:String,
+//	fractional:Boolean|[true,false], decimal:String}
+//    flags.signed  The leading plus-or-minus sign.  Can be true, false, or [true, false].
+//      Default is [true, false], (i.e. sign is optional).
+//    flags.symbol  A currency symbol such as Yen "�", Pound "�", or the Euro sign "�".  
+//      Default is "$".  For more than one symbol use an array, e.g. ["$", ""], makes $ optional.
+//    flags.placement  The symbol can come "before" the number or "after".  Default is "before".
+//    flags.separator  The character used as the thousands separator. The default is ",".
+//    flags.fractional  The appropriate number of decimal places for fractional currency (e.g. cents)
+//      Can be true, false, or [true, false].  Default is [true, false], (i.e. cents are optional).
+//    flags.decimal  The character used for the decimal point.  Default is ".".
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.currency(flags) + "$");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isInRange = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+//summary:
+//	Validates whether a string denoting an integer, 
+//	real number, or monetary value is between a max and min. 
+//
+// value: A string
+// flags: {max:Number, min:Number, decimal:String}
+//    flags.max  A number, which the value must be less than or equal to for the validation to be true.
+//    flags.min  A number, which the value must be greater than or equal to for the validation to be true.
+//    flags.decimal  The character used for the decimal point.  Default is ".".
+
+	//stripping the seperator allows NaN to perform as expected, if no separator, we assume ','
+	//once i18n support is ready for this, instead of assuming, we default to i18n's recommended value
+	value = value.replace((dojo.lang.has(flags,'separator'))?flags.separator:',','');
+	if(isNaN(value)){
+		return false; // Boolean
+	}
+	// assign default values to missing paramters
+	flags = (typeof flags == "object") ? flags : {};
+	var max = (typeof flags.max == "number") ? flags.max : Infinity;
+	var min = (typeof flags.min == "number") ? flags.min : -Infinity;
+	var dec = (typeof flags.decimal == "string") ? flags.decimal : ".";
+	
+	// splice out anything not part of a number
+	var pattern = "[^" + dec + "\\deE+-]";
+	value = value.replace(RegExp(pattern, "g"), "");
+
+	// trim ends of things like e, E, or the decimal character
+	value = value.replace(/^([+-]?)(\D*)/, "$1");
+	value = value.replace(/(\D*)$/, "");
+
+	// replace decimal with ".". The minus sign '-' could be the decimal!
+	pattern = "(\\d)[" + dec + "](\\d)";
+	value = value.replace(RegExp(pattern, "g"), "$1.$2");
+
+	value = Number(value);
+	if ( value < min || value > max ) { return false; } // Boolean
+
+	return true; // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isNumberFormat = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+// summary:
+//	Validates any sort of number based format
+//
+// description:
+//	Use it for phone numbers, social security numbers, zip-codes, etc.
+//	The value can be validated against one format or one of multiple formats.
+//
+//  Format
+//    #        Stands for a digit, 0-9.
+//    ?        Stands for an optional digit, 0-9 or nothing.
+//    All other characters must appear literally in the expression.
+//
+//  Example   
+//    "(###) ###-####"       ->   (510) 542-9742
+//    "(###) ###-#### x#???" ->   (510) 542-9742 x153
+//    "###-##-####"          ->   506-82-1089       i.e. social security number
+//    "#####-####"           ->   98225-1649        i.e. zip code
+//
+// value: A string
+// flags: {format:String}
+//    flags.format  A string or an Array of strings for multiple formats.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.numberFormat(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isValidLuhn = function(/*String*/value){
+//summary: Compares value against the Luhn algorithm to verify its integrity
+	var sum, parity, curDigit;
+	if(typeof value!='string'){
+		value = String(value);
+	}
+	value = value.replace(/[- ]/g,''); //ignore dashes and whitespaces
+	parity = value.length%2;
+	sum=0;
+	for(var i=0;i<value.length;i++){
+		curDigit = parseInt(value.charAt(i));
+		if(i%2==parity){
+			curDigit*=2;
+		}
+		if(curDigit>9){
+			curDigit-=9;
+		}
+		sum+=curDigit;
+	}
+	return !(sum%10);
+}
+
+/**
+	Procedural API Description
+
+		The main aim is to make input validation expressible in a simple format.
+		You define profiles which declare the required and optional fields and any constraints they might have.
+		The results are provided as an object that makes it easy to handle missing and invalid input.
+
+	Usage
+
+		var results = dojo.validate.check(form, profile);
+
+	Profile Object
+
+		var profile = {
+			// filters change the field value and are applied before validation.
+			trim: ["tx1", "tx2"],
+			uppercase: ["tx9"],
+			lowercase: ["tx5", "tx6", "tx7"],
+			ucfirst: ["tx10"],
+			digit: ["tx11"],
+
+			// required input fields that are blank will be reported missing.
+			// required radio button groups and drop-down lists with no selection will be reported missing.
+			// checkbox groups and selectboxes can be required to have more than one value selected.
+			// List required fields by name and use this notation to require more than one value: {checkboxgroup: 2}, {selectboxname: 3}.
+			required: ["tx7", "tx8", "pw1", "ta1", "rb1", "rb2", "cb3", "s1", {"doubledip":2}, {"tripledip":3}],
+
+			// dependant/conditional fields are required if the target field is present and not blank.
+			// At present only textbox, password, and textarea fields are supported.
+			dependencies:	{
+				cc_exp: "cc_no",	
+				cc_type: "cc_no",	
+			},
+
+			// Fields can be validated using any boolean valued function.  
+			// Use arrays to specify parameters in addition to the field value.
+			constraints: {
+				field_name1: myValidationFunction,
+				field_name2: dojo.validate.isInteger,
+				field_name3: [myValidationFunction, additional parameters],
+				field_name4: [dojo.validate.isValidDate, "YYYY.MM.DD"],
+				field_name5: [dojo.validate.isEmailAddress, false, true],
+			},
+
+			// Confirm is a sort of conditional validation.
+			// It associates each field in its property list with another field whose value should be equal.
+			// If the values are not equal, the field in the property list is reported as Invalid. Unless the target field is blank.
+			confirm: {
+				email_confirm: "email",	
+				pw2: "pw1",	
+			}
+		};
+
+	Results Object
+
+		isSuccessful(): Returns true if there were no invalid or missing fields, else it returns false.
+		hasMissing():  Returns true if the results contain any missing fields.
+		getMissing():  Returns a list of required fields that have values missing.
+		isMissing(field):  Returns true if the field is required and the value is missing.
+		hasInvalid():  Returns true if the results contain fields with invalid data.
+		getInvalid():  Returns a list of fields that have invalid values.
+		isInvalid(field):  Returns true if the field has an invalid value.
+
+*/

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+dojo.provide('dojo.validate.creditCard');
+
+dojo.require("dojo.lang.common");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+/*
+	Validates Credit Cards using account number rules in conjunction with the Luhn algorightm
+	
+ */
+
+dojo.validate.isValidCreditCard = function(value,ccType){
+	//checks if type matches the # scheme, and if Luhn checksum is accurate (unless its an Enroute card, the checkSum is skipped)
+	if(value&&ccType&&((ccType.toLowerCase()=='er'||dojo.validate.isValidLuhn(value))&&(dojo.validate.isValidCreditCardNumber(value,ccType.toLowerCase())))){
+			return true;
+	}
+	return false;
+}
+dojo.validate.isValidCreditCardNumber = function(value,ccType) {
+	//only checks if the # matches the pattern for that card or any card types if none is specified
+	//value == CC #, white spaces and dashes are ignored
+	//ccType is of the values in cardinfo -- if Omitted it it returns a | delimited string of matching card types, or false if no matches found
+	if(typeof value!='string'){
+		value = String(value);
+	}
+	value = value.replace(/[- ]/g,''); //ignore dashes and whitespaces
+	/* 	FIXME: not sure on all the abbreviations for credit cards,below is what each stands for atleast to my knowledge
+		mc: Mastercard
+		ec: Eurocard
+		vi: Visa
+		ax: American Express
+		dc: Diners Club
+		bl: Carte Blanch
+		di: Discover
+		jcb: JCB
+		er: Enroute
+	 */
+	var results=[];
+	var cardinfo = {
+		'mc':'5[1-5][0-9]{14}','ec':'5[1-5][0-9]{14}','vi':'4([0-9]{12}|[0-9]{15})',
+		'ax':'3[47][0-9]{13}', 'dc':'3(0[0-5][0-9]{11}|[68][0-9]{12})',
+		'bl':'3(0[0-5][0-9]{11}|[68][0-9]{12})','di':'6011[0-9]{12}',
+		'jcb':'(3[0-9]{15}|(2131|1800)[0-9]{11})','er':'2(014|149)[0-9]{11}'
+	};
+	if(ccType&&dojo.lang.has(cardinfo,ccType.toLowerCase())){
+		return Boolean(value.match(cardinfo[ccType.toLowerCase()])); // boolean
+	}else{
+		for(var p in cardinfo){
+			if(value.match('^'+cardinfo[p]+'$')!=null){
+				results.push(p);
+			}
+		}
+		return (results.length)?results.join('|'):false; // string | boolean
+	}	
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isValidCvv = function(value, ccType) {
+	if(typeof value!='string'){
+		value=String(value);
+	}
+	var format;
+	switch (ccType.toLowerCase()){
+		case 'mc':
+		case 'ec':
+		case 'vi':
+		case 'di':
+			format = '###';
+			break;
+		case 'ax':
+			format = '####';
+			break;
+		default:
+			return false;
+	}
+	var flags = {format:format};
+	//FIXME? Why does isNumberFormat take an object for flags when its only parameter is either a string or an array inside the object?
+	if ((value.length == format.length)&&(dojo.validate.isNumberFormat(value, flags))){
+		return true;
+	}
+	return false;
+}
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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.datetime");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+/**
+  Validates a time value in any International format.
+  The value can be validated against one format or one of multiple formats.
+
+  Format
+  h        12 hour, no zero padding.
+  hh       12 hour, has leading zero.
+  H        24 hour, no zero padding.
+  HH       24 hour, has leading zero.
+  m        minutes, no zero padding.
+  mm       minutes, has leading zero.
+  s        seconds, no zero padding.
+  ss       seconds, has leading zero.
+  All other characters must appear literally in the expression.
+
+  Example
+    "h:m:s t"  ->   2:5:33 PM
+    "HH:mm:ss" ->  14:05:33
+
+  @param value  A string.
+  @param flags  An object.
+    flags.format  A string or an array of strings.  Default is "h:mm:ss t".
+    flags.amSymbol  The symbol used for AM.  Default is "AM".
+    flags.pmSymbol  The symbol used for PM.  Default is "PM".
+  @return  true or false
+*/
+dojo.validate.isValidTime = function(value, flags) {
+	dojo.deprecated("dojo.validate.datetime", "use dojo.date.parse instead", "0.5");
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.time(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value);
+}
+
+/**
+  Validates 12-hour time format.
+  Zero-padding is not allowed for hours, required for minutes and seconds.
+  Seconds are optional.
+
+  @param value  A string.
+  @return  true or false
+*/
+dojo.validate.is12HourTime = function(value) {
+	dojo.deprecated("dojo.validate.datetime", "use dojo.date.parse instead", "0.5");
+	return dojo.validate.isValidTime(value, {format: ["h:mm:ss t", "h:mm t"]});
+}
+
+/**
+  Validates 24-hour military time format.
+  Zero-padding is required for hours, minutes, and seconds.
+  Seconds are optional.
+
+  @param value  A string.
+  @return  true or false
+*/
+dojo.validate.is24HourTime = function(value) {
+	dojo.deprecated("dojo.validate.datetime", "use dojo.date.parse instead", "0.5");
+	return dojo.validate.isValidTime(value, {format: ["HH:mm:ss", "HH:mm"]} );
+}
+
+/**
+  Returns true if the date conforms to the format given and is a valid date. Otherwise returns false.
+
+  @param dateValue  A string for the date.
+  @param format  A string, default is  "MM/DD/YYYY".
+  @return  true or false
+
+  Accepts any type of format, including ISO8601.
+  All characters in the format string are treated literally except the following tokens:
+
+  YYYY - matches a 4 digit year
+  M - matches a non zero-padded month
+  MM - matches a zero-padded month
+  D -  matches a non zero-padded date
+  DD -  matches a zero-padded date
+  DDD -  matches an ordinal date, 001-365, and 366 on leapyear
+  ww - matches week of year, 01-53
+  d - matches day of week, 1-7
+
+  Examples: These are all today's date.
+
+  Date          Format
+  2005-W42-3    YYYY-Www-d
+  2005-292      YYYY-DDD
+  20051019      YYYYMMDD
+  10/19/2005    M/D/YYYY
+  19.10.2005    D.M.YYYY
+*/
+dojo.validate.isValidDate = function(dateValue, format) {
+	dojo.deprecated("dojo.validate.datetime", "use dojo.date.parse instead", "0.5");
+	// Default is the American format
+	if (typeof format == "object" && typeof format.format == "string"){ format = format.format; }
+	if (typeof format != "string") { format = "MM/DD/YYYY"; }
+
+	// Create a literal regular expression based on format
+	var reLiteral = format.replace(/([$^.*+?=!:|\/\\\(\)\[\]\{\}])/g, "\\$1");
+
+	// Convert all the tokens to RE elements
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "YYYY", "([0-9]{4})" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "MM", "(0[1-9]|10|11|12)" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "M", "([1-9]|10|11|12)" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "DDD", "(00[1-9]|0[1-9][0-9]|[12][0-9][0-9]|3[0-5][0-9]|36[0-6])" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "DD", "(0[1-9]|[12][0-9]|30|31)" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "D", "([1-9]|[12][0-9]|30|31)" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "ww", "(0[1-9]|[1-4][0-9]|5[0-3])" );
+	reLiteral = reLiteral.replace( "d", "([1-7])" );
+
+	// Anchor pattern to begining and end of string
+	reLiteral = "^" + reLiteral + "$";
+
+	// Dynamic RE that parses the original format given
+	var re = new RegExp(reLiteral);
+	
+	// Test if date is in a valid format
+	if (!re.test(dateValue))  return false;
+
+	// Parse date to get elements and check if date is valid
+	// Assume valid values for date elements not given.
+	var year = 0, month = 1, date = 1, dayofyear = 1, week = 1, day = 1;
+
+	// Capture tokens
+	var tokens = format.match( /(YYYY|MM|M|DDD|DD|D|ww|d)/g );
+
+	// Capture date values
+	var values = re.exec(dateValue);
+
+	// Match up tokens with date values
+	for (var i = 0; i < tokens.length; i++) {
+		switch (tokens[i]) {
+		case "YYYY":
+			year = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		case "M":
+		case "MM":
+			month = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		case "D":
+		case "DD":
+			date = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		case "DDD":
+			dayofyear = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		case "ww":
+			week = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		case "d":
+			day = Number(values[i+1]); break;
+		}
+	}
+
+	// Leap years are divisible by 4, but not by 100, unless by 400
+	var leapyear = (year % 4 == 0 && (year % 100 != 0 || year % 400 == 0));
+
+	// 31st of a month with 30 days
+	if (date == 31 && (month == 4 || month == 6 || month == 9 || month == 11)) return false; 
+
+	// February 30th or 31st
+	if (date >= 30 && month == 2) return false; 
+
+	// February 29th outside a leap year
+	if (date == 29 && month == 2 && !leapyear) return false; 
+	if (dayofyear == 366 && !leapyear)  return false;
+
+	return true;
+}

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.de");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+dojo.validate.isGermanCurrency = function(/*String*/value) {
+	//summary: checks to see if 'value' is a valid representation of German currency (Euros)
+	var flags = {
+		symbol: "\u20AC",
+		placement: "after",
+		signPlacement: "begin", //TODO: this is really locale-dependent.  Will get fixed in v0.5 currency rewrite. 
+		decimal: ",",
+		separator: "."
+	};
+	return dojo.validate.isCurrency(value, flags); // Boolean
+}
+
+

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.jp");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+dojo.validate.isJapaneseCurrency = function(/*String*/value) {
+	//summary: checks to see if 'value' is a valid representation of Japanese currency
+	var flags = {
+		symbol: "\u00a5",
+		fractional: false
+	};
+	return dojo.validate.isCurrency(value, flags); // Boolean
+}
+
+

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.us");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+dojo.validate.us.isCurrency = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+	// summary: Validates U.S. currency
+	// value: the representation to check
+	// flags: flags in validate.isCurrency can be applied.
+	return dojo.validate.isCurrency(value, flags); // Boolean
+}
+
+
+dojo.validate.us.isState = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags){
+	// summary: Validates US state and territory abbreviations.
+	//
+	// value: A two character string
+	// flags: An object
+	//    flags.allowTerritories  Allow Guam, Puerto Rico, etc.  Default is true.
+	//    flags.allowMilitary  Allow military 'states', e.g. Armed Forces Europe (AE).  Default is true.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.us.state(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.us.isPhoneNumber = function(/*String*/value){
+	// summary: Validates 10 US digit phone number for several common formats
+	// value: The telephone number string
+
+	var flags = {
+		format: [
+			"###-###-####",
+			"(###) ###-####",
+			"(###) ### ####",
+			"###.###.####",
+			"###/###-####",
+			"### ### ####",
+			"###-###-#### x#???",
+			"(###) ###-#### x#???",
+			"(###) ### #### x#???",
+			"###.###.#### x#???",
+			"###/###-#### x#???",
+			"### ### #### x#???",
+			"##########"
+		]
+	};
+
+	return dojo.validate.isNumberFormat(value, flags); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.us.isSocialSecurityNumber = function(/*String*/value){
+// summary: Validates social security number
+	var flags = {
+		format: [
+			"###-##-####",
+			"### ## ####",
+			"#########"
+		]
+	};
+
+	return dojo.validate.isNumberFormat(value, flags); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.us.isZipCode = function(/*String*/value){
+// summary: Validates U.S. zip-code
+	var flags = {
+		format: [
+			"#####-####",
+			"##### ####",
+			"#########",
+			"#####"
+		]
+	};
+
+	return dojo.validate.isNumberFormat(value, flags); // Boolean
+}

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+dojo.provide("dojo.validate.web");
+dojo.require("dojo.validate.common");
+
+dojo.validate.isIpAddress = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags) {
+	// summary: Validates an IP address
+	//
+	// description:
+	//  Supports 5 formats for IPv4: dotted decimal, dotted hex, dotted octal, decimal and hexadecimal.
+	//  Supports 2 formats for Ipv6.
+	//
+	// value  A string.
+	// flags  An object.  All flags are boolean with default = true.
+	//    flags.allowDottedDecimal  Example, 207.142.131.235.  No zero padding.
+	//    flags.allowDottedHex  Example, 0x18.0x11.0x9b.0x28.  Case insensitive.  Zero padding allowed.
+	//    flags.allowDottedOctal  Example, 0030.0021.0233.0050.  Zero padding allowed.
+	//    flags.allowDecimal  Example, 3482223595.  A decimal number between 0-4294967295.
+	//    flags.allowHex  Example, 0xCF8E83EB.  Hexadecimal number between 0x0-0xFFFFFFFF.
+	//      Case insensitive.  Zero padding allowed.
+	//    flags.allowIPv6   IPv6 address written as eight groups of four hexadecimal digits.
+	//    flags.allowHybrid   IPv6 address written as six groups of four hexadecimal digits
+	//      followed by the usual 4 dotted decimal digit notation of IPv4. x:x:x:x:x:x:d.d.d.d
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.ipAddress(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+
+dojo.validate.isUrl = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags) {
+	// summary: Checks if a string could be a valid URL
+	// value: A string
+	// flags: An object
+	//    flags.scheme  Can be true, false, or [true, false]. 
+	//      This means: required, not allowed, or either.
+	//    flags in regexp.host can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.ipAddress can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.tld can be applied.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.url(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isEmailAddress = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags) {
+	// summary: Checks if a string could be a valid email address
+	//
+	// value: A string
+	// flags: An object
+	//    flags.allowCruft  Allow address like <mailto:foo@yahoo.com>.  Default is false.
+	//    flags in regexp.host can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.ipAddress can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.tld can be applied.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.emailAddress(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.isEmailAddressList = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags) {
+	// summary: Checks if a string could be a valid email address list.
+	//
+	// value  A string.
+	// flags  An object.
+	//    flags.listSeparator  The character used to separate email addresses.  Default is ";", ",", "\n" or " ".
+	//    flags in regexp.emailAddress can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.host can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.ipAddress can be applied.
+	//    flags in regexp.tld can be applied.
+
+	var re = new RegExp("^" + dojo.regexp.emailAddressList(flags) + "$", "i");
+	return re.test(value); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.validate.getEmailAddressList = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/flags) {
+	// summary: Check if value is an email address list. If an empty list
+	//  is returned, the value didn't pass the test or it was empty.
+	//
+	// value: A string
+	// flags: An object (same as dojo.validate.isEmailAddressList)
+
+	if(!flags) { flags = {}; }
+	if(!flags.listSeparator) { flags.listSeparator = "\\s;,"; }
+
+	if ( dojo.validate.isEmailAddressList(value, flags) ) {
+		return value.split(new RegExp("\\s*[" + flags.listSeparator + "]\\s*")); // Array
+	}
+	return []; // Array
+}

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