International Mobile Number Validation PT II
UPDATE Wednesday December 29, 2010 14:06 GMT+11: This article has been updated again with details of the project hosting at github: International Mobile Number Validation PT III
I've setup anonymous CVS access so that everyone can maintain this file. In order to access the file, just do the following:
You will be able to commit that file. The password is empty:
Your commits will be automatically added to the live file at:
The serial number is automatically incremented and prepended to the top of the file via a cron job that runs once per minute. When you commit, include a commit message with what you changed or added, and your name. The commit messages will be published here using the CVS log:
To stop invalid file formats from sneaking in, the automated update system will test parsing the file before publishing it, and will email me if there is a problem. Please try not to break it though, and only update numbering information that you're sure of.
As mentioned in my last post, there is also a sample implementation of how to parse this file in a PHP5 class which you can also access via anonymous CVS:
However access to that project is read only.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, or you can simply subscribe to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
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