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Tag 5.0.0
Committed At 2018-09-07 11:32:32 UTC

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    Mailcheck ========= An Elm library to suggest a correct domain when users misspell email addresses. This is a port of mailcheck.js at https://github.com/mailcheck/mailcheck What does it do? ---------------- When your user types in "user@gmil.con", it will suggest "user@gmail.com". It is currently worth looking at the documentation at https://github.com/mailcheck/mailcheck 4.1.0 2015/12/30 Thanks to https://github.com/Adrian2112 for a pull request, he created the mailParts function. I have retained splitEmail in API to make the version change a Minor, but it now just uses the mailParts logic. Adrian also contributed a few refactors I have pulled in manually. 5.0.0 2-18/09/07 Updated to Elm 0.19. Removed splitEmail. Installation ------------

        elm package install rluiten/elm-mailcheck
    

    Testing

    This uses elm-test for testing so install it if you dont have it.

    • npm install -g elm-test To run Tests
    • elm-test Copyright (c) 2016 Robin Luiten Example1.elm ------------
    module Main exposing (input1, input2, mailcheckResult1, mailcheckResult2, test1Pass, test2Pass)
    
    import Mailcheck exposing (suggest)
    
    
    input1 =
        "user@gmil.com"
    
    
    mailcheckResult1 =
        suggest input1
    
    
    test1Pass =
        mailcheckResult1 == Just ( "user", "gmail.com", "user@gmail.com" )
    
    
    input2 =
        {- "user@gsnail.com" -}
        "user@googlemail.com"
    
    
    mailcheckResult2 =
        suggest input2
    
    
    test2Pass =
        mailcheckResult2 == Nothing
    
    
    d1 =
        Debug.log "mailcheckResult1" ( input1, mailcheckResult1, test1Pass )
    
    
    d2 =
        Debug.log "mailcheckResult2" ( input2, mailcheckResult2, test2Pass )
    

    Example2.elm ------------ It is possible to provide your own list of domains, second level domains and top level domains.

    module Main exposing (domains, input1, input2, input3, mailcheckResult1, mailcheckResult2, mailcheckResult3, secondLevelDomains, test1Pass, test2Pass, test3Pass, topLevelDomains)
    
    import Mailcheck exposing (suggestWith)
    
    
    domains =
        [ "yohomail.com" ]
    
    
    secondLevelDomains =
        [ "supamail" ]
    
    
    topLevelDomains =
        [ "cosmic" ]
    
    
    input1 =
        "test@ohomail.co"
    
    
    mailcheckResult1 =
        suggestWith domains secondLevelDomains topLevelDomains input1
    
    
    test1Pass =
        mailcheckResult1 == Just ( "test", "yohomail.com", "test@yohomail.com" )
    
    
    input2 =
        "test@fakedomain.comic"
    
    
    mailcheckResult2 =
        suggestWith domains secondLevelDomains topLevelDomains input2
    
    
    test2Pass =
        mailcheckResult2 == Just ( "test", "fakedomain.cosmic", "test@fakedomain.cosmic" )
    
    
    input3 =
        "test@supermail.tld"
    
    
    mailcheckResult3 =
        suggestWith domains secondLevelDomains topLevelDomains input3
    
    
    test3Pass =
        mailcheckResult3 == Just ( "test", "supamail.tld", "test@supamail.tld" )
    
    
    _ =
        Debug.log "mailcheckResult1" ( input1, mailcheckResult1, test1Pass )
    
    
    _ =
        Debug.log "mailcheckResult2" ( input2, mailcheckResult2, test2Pass )
    
    
    _ =
        Debug.log "mailcheckResult3" ( input3, mailcheckResult3, test3Pass )
    

    License ------- Released under the BSD3 License. (c) 2015 Robin Luiten