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/**
 * @license AngularJS v1.4.0
 * (c) 2010-2015 Google, Inc. http://angularjs.org
 * License: MIT
 */
(function(window, angular, undefined) {'use strict';

/* jshint ignore:start */
// this code is in the core, but not in angular-messages.js
var isArray = angular.isArray;
var forEach = angular.forEach;
var isString = angular.isString;
var jqLite = angular.element;
/* jshint ignore:end */

/**
 * @ngdoc module
 * @name ngMessages
 * @description
 *
 * The `ngMessages` module provides enhanced support for displaying messages within templates
 * (typically within forms or when rendering message objects that return key/value data).
 * Instead of relying on JavaScript code and/or complex ng-if statements within your form template to
 * show and hide error messages specific to the state of an input field, the `ngMessages` and
 * `ngMessage` directives are designed to handle the complexity, inheritance and priority
 * sequencing based on the order of how the messages are defined in the template.
 *
 * Currently, the ngMessages module only contains the code for the `ngMessages`, `ngMessagesInclude`
 * `ngMessage` and `ngMessageExp` directives.
 *
 * # Usage
 * The `ngMessages` directive listens on a key/value collection which is set on the ngMessages attribute.
 * Since the {@link ngModel ngModel} directive exposes an `$error` object, this error object can be
 * used with `ngMessages` to display control error messages in an easier way than with just regular angular
 * template directives.
 *
 * ```html
 * <form name="myForm">
 *   <label>
 *     Enter text:
 *     <input type="text" ng-model="field" name="myField" required minlength="5" />
 *   </label>
 *   <div ng-messages="myForm.myField.$error" role="alert">
 *     <div ng-message="required">You did not enter a field</div>
 *     <div ng-message="minlength, maxlength">
 *       Your email must be between 5 and 100 characters long
 *     </div>
 *   </div>
 * </form>
 * ```
 *
 * Now whatever key/value entries are present within the provided object (in this case `$error`) then
 * the ngMessages directive will render the inner first ngMessage directive (depending if the key values
 * match the attribute value present on each ngMessage directive). In other words, if your errors
 * object contains the following data:
 *
 * ```javascript
 * <!-- keep in mind that ngModel automatically sets these error flags -->
 * myField.$error = { minlength : true, required : false };
 * ```
 *
 * Then the `required` message will be displayed first. When required is false then the `minlength` message
 * will be displayed right after (since these messages are ordered this way in the template HTML code).
 * The prioritization of each message is determined by what order they're present in the DOM.
 * Therefore, instead of having custom JavaScript code determine the priority of what errors are
 * present before others, the presentation of the errors are handled within the template.
 *
 * By default, ngMessages will only display one error at a time. However, if you wish to display all
 * messages then the `ng-messages-multiple` attribute flag can be used on the element containing the
 * ngMessages directive to make this happen.
 *
 * ```html
 * <!-- attribute-style usage -->
 * <div ng-messages="myForm.myField.$error" ng-messages-multiple>...</div>
 *
 * <!-- element-style usage -->
 * <ng-messages for="myForm.myField.$error" multiple>...</ng-messages>
 * ```
 *
 * ## Reusing and Overriding Messages
 * In addition to prioritization, ngMessages also allows for including messages from a remote or an inline
 * template. This allows for generic collection of messages to be reused across multiple parts of an
 * application.
 *
 * ```html
 * <script type="text/ng-template" id="error-messages">
 *   <div ng-message="required">This field is required</div>
 *   <div ng-message="minlength">This field is too short</div>
 * </script>
 *
 * <div ng-messages="myForm.myField.$error" role="alert">
 *   <div ng-messages-include="error-messages"></div>
 * </div>
 * ```
 *
 * However, including generic messages may not be useful enough to match all input fields, therefore,
 * `ngMessages` provides the ability to override messages defined in the remote template by redefining
 * them within the directive container.
 *
 * ```html
 * <!-- a generic template of error messages known as "my-custom-messages" -->
 * <script type="text/ng-template" id="my-custom-messages">
 *   <div ng-message="required">This field is required</div>
 *   <div ng-message="minlength">This field is too short</div>
 * </script>
 *
 * <form name="myForm">
 *   <label>
 *     Email address
 *     <input type="email"
 *            id="email"
 *            name="myEmail"
 *            ng-model="email"
 *            minlength="5"
 *            required />
 *   </label>
 *   <!-- any ng-message elements that appear BEFORE the ng-messages-include will
 *        override the messages present in the ng-messages-include template -->
 *   <div ng-messages="myForm.myEmail.$error" role="alert">
 *     <!-- this required message has overridden the template message -->
 *     <div ng-message="required">You did not enter your email address</div>
 *
 *     <!-- this is a brand new message and will appear last in the prioritization -->
 *     <div ng-message="email">Your email address is invalid</div>
 *
 *     <!-- and here are the generic error messages -->
 *     <div ng-messages-include="my-custom-messages"></div>
 *   </div>
 * </form>
 * ```
 *
 * In the example HTML code above the message that is set on required will override the corresponding
 * required message defined within the remote template. Therefore, with particular input fields (such
 * email addresses, date fields, autocomplete inputs, etc...), specialized error messages can be applied
 * while more generic messages can be used to handle other, more general input errors.
 *
 * ## Dynamic Messaging
 * ngMessages also supports using expressions to dynamically change key values. Using arrays and
 * repeaters to list messages is also supported. This means that the code below will be able to
 * fully adapt itself and display the appropriate message when any of the expression data changes:
 *
 * ```html
 * <form name="myForm">
 *   <label>
 *     Email address
 *     <input type="email"
 *            name="myEmail"
 *            ng-model="email"
 *            minlength="5"
 *            required />
 *   </label>
 *   <div ng-messages="myForm.myEmail.$error" role="alert">
 *     <div ng-message="required">You did not enter your email address</div>
 *     <div ng-repeat="errorMessage in errorMessages">
 *       <!-- use ng-message-exp for a message whose key is given by an expression -->
 *       <div ng-message-exp="errorMessage.type">{{ errorMessage.text }}</div>
 *     </div>
 *   </div>
 * </form>
 * ```
 *
 * The `errorMessage.type` expression can be a string value or it can be an array so
 * that multiple errors can be associated with a single error message:
 *
 * ```html
 *   <label>
 *     Email address
 *     <input type="email"
 *            ng-model="data.email"
 *            name="myEmail"
 *            ng-minlength="5"
 *            ng-maxlength="100"
 *            required />
 *   </label>
 *   <div ng-messages="myForm.myEmail.$error" role="alert">
 *     <div ng-message-exp="'required'">You did not enter your email address</div>
 *     <div ng-message-exp="['minlength', 'maxlength']">
 *       Your email must be between 5 and 100 characters long
 *     </div>
 *   </div>
 * ```
 *
 * Feel free to use other structural directives such as ng-if and ng-switch to further control
 * what messages are active and when. Be careful, if you place ng-message on the same element
 * as these structural directives, Angular may not be able to determine if a message is active
 * or not. Therefore it is best to place the ng-message on a child element of the structural
 * directive.
 *
 * ```html
 * <div ng-messages="myForm.myEmail.$error" role="alert">
 *   <div ng-if="showRequiredError">
 *     <div ng-message="required">Please enter something</div>
 *   </div>
 * </div>
 * ```
 *
 * ## Animations
 * If the `ngAnimate` module is active within the application then the `ngMessages`, `ngMessage` and
 * `ngMessageExp` directives will trigger animations whenever any messages are added and removed from
 * the DOM by the `ngMessages` directive.
 *
 * Whenever the `ngMessages` directive contains one or more visible messages then the `.ng-active` CSS
 * class will be added to the element. The `.ng-inactive` CSS class will be applied when there are no
 * messages present. Therefore, CSS transitions and keyframes as well as JavaScript animations can
 * hook into the animations whenever these classes are added/removed.
 *
 * Let's say that our HTML code for our messages container looks like so:
 *
 * ```html
 * <div ng-messages="myMessages" class="my-messages" role="alert">
 *   <div ng-message="alert" class="some-message">...</div>
 *   <div ng-message="fail" class="some-message">...</div>
 * </div>
 * ```
 *
 * Then the CSS animation code for the message container looks like so:
 *
 * ```css
 * .my-messages {
 *   transition:1s linear all;
 * }
 * .my-messages.ng-active {
 *   // messages are visible
 * }
 * .my-messages.ng-inactive {
 *   // messages are hidden
 * }
 * ```
 *
 * Whenever an inner message is attached (becomes visible) or removed (becomes hidden) then the enter
 * and leave animation is triggered for each particular element bound to the `ngMessage` directive.
 *
 * Therefore, the CSS code for the inner messages looks like so:
 *
 * ```css
 * .some-message {
 *   transition:1s linear all;
 * }
 *
 * .some-message.ng-enter {}
 * .some-message.ng-enter.ng-enter-active {}
 *
 * .some-message.ng-leave {}
 * .some-message.ng-leave.ng-leave-active {}
 * ```
 *
 * {@link ngAnimate Click here} to learn how to use JavaScript animations or to learn more about ngAnimate.
 */
angular.module('ngMessages', [])

   /**
    * @ngdoc directive
    * @module ngMessages
    * @name ngMessages
    * @restrict AE
    *
    * @description
    * `ngMessages` is a directive that is designed to show and hide messages based on the state
    * of a key/value object that it listens on. The directive itself compliments error message
    * reporting with the `ngModel` $error object (which stores a key/value state of validation errors).
    *
    * `ngMessages` manages the state of internal messages within its container element. The internal
    * messages use the `ngMessage` directive and will be inserted/removed from the page depending
    * on if they're present within the key/value object. By default, only one message will be displayed
    * at a time and this depends on the prioritization of the messages within the template. (This can
    * be changed by using the `ng-messages-multiple` or `multiple` attribute on the directive container.)
    *
    * A remote template can also be used to promote message reusability and messages can also be
    * overridden.
    *
    * {@link module:ngMessages Click here} to learn more about `ngMessages` and `ngMessage`.
    *
    * @usage
    * ```html
    * <!-- using attribute directives -->
    * <ANY ng-messages="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ANY ng-message="stringValue">...</ANY>
    *   <ANY ng-message="stringValue1, stringValue2, ...">...</ANY>
    *   <ANY ng-message-exp="expressionValue">...</ANY>
    * </ANY>
    *
    * <!-- or by using element directives -->
    * <ng-messages for="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ng-message when="stringValue">...</ng-message>
    *   <ng-message when="stringValue1, stringValue2, ...">...</ng-message>
    *   <ng-message when-exp="expressionValue">...</ng-message>
    * </ng-messages>
    * ```
    *
    * @param {string} ngMessages an angular expression evaluating to a key/value object
    *                 (this is typically the $error object on an ngModel instance).
    * @param {string=} ngMessagesMultiple|multiple when set, all messages will be displayed with true
    *
    * @example
    * <example name="ngMessages-directive" module="ngMessagesExample"
    *          deps="angular-messages.js"
    *          animations="true" fixBase="true">
    *   <file name="index.html">
    *     <form name="myForm">
    *       <label>
    *         Enter your name:
    *         <input type="text"
    *                name="myName"
    *                ng-model="name"
    *                ng-minlength="5"
    *                ng-maxlength="20"
    *                required />
    *       </label>
    *       <pre>myForm.myName.$error = {{ myForm.myName.$error | json }}</pre>
    *
    *       <div ng-messages="myForm.myName.$error" style="color:maroon" role="alert">
    *         <div ng-message="required">You did not enter a field</div>
    *         <div ng-message="minlength">Your field is too short</div>
    *         <div ng-message="maxlength">Your field is too long</div>
    *       </div>
    *     </form>
    *   </file>
    *   <file name="script.js">
    *     angular.module('ngMessagesExample', ['ngMessages']);
    *   </file>
    * </example>
    */
   .directive('ngMessages', ['$animate', function($animate) {
     var ACTIVE_CLASS = 'ng-active';
     var INACTIVE_CLASS = 'ng-inactive';

     return {
       require: 'ngMessages',
       restrict: 'AE',
       controller: ['$element', '$scope', '$attrs', function($element, $scope, $attrs) {
         var ctrl = this;
         var latestKey = 0;

         var messages = this.messages = {};
         var renderLater, cachedCollection;

         this.render = function(collection) {
           collection = collection || {};

           renderLater = false;
           cachedCollection = collection;

           // this is true if the attribute is empty or if the attribute value is truthy
           var multiple = isAttrTruthy($scope, $attrs.ngMessagesMultiple) ||
                          isAttrTruthy($scope, $attrs.multiple);

           var unmatchedMessages = [];
           var matchedKeys = {};
           var messageItem = ctrl.head;
           var messageFound = false;
           var totalMessages = 0;

           // we use != instead of !== to allow for both undefined and null values
           while (messageItem != null) {
             totalMessages++;
             var messageCtrl = messageItem.message;

             var messageUsed = false;
             if (!messageFound) {
               forEach(collection, function(value, key) {
                 if (!messageUsed && truthy(value) && messageCtrl.test(key)) {
                   // this is to prevent the same error name from showing up twice
                   if (matchedKeys[key]) return;
                   matchedKeys[key] = true;

                   messageUsed = true;
                   messageCtrl.attach();
                 }
               });
             }

             if (messageUsed) {
               // unless we want to display multiple messages then we should
               // set a flag here to avoid displaying the next message in the list
               messageFound = !multiple;
             } else {
               unmatchedMessages.push(messageCtrl);
             }

             messageItem = messageItem.next;
           }

           forEach(unmatchedMessages, function(messageCtrl) {
             messageCtrl.detach();
           });

           unmatchedMessages.length !== totalMessages
              ? $animate.setClass($element, ACTIVE_CLASS, INACTIVE_CLASS)
              : $animate.setClass($element, INACTIVE_CLASS, ACTIVE_CLASS);
         };

         $scope.$watchCollection($attrs.ngMessages || $attrs['for'], ctrl.render);

         this.reRender = function() {
           if (!renderLater) {
             renderLater = true;
             $scope.$evalAsync(function() {
               if (renderLater) {
                 cachedCollection && ctrl.render(cachedCollection);
               }
             });
           }
         };

         this.register = function(comment, messageCtrl) {
           var nextKey = latestKey.toString();
           messages[nextKey] = {
             message: messageCtrl
           };
           insertMessageNode($element[0], comment, nextKey);
           comment.$$ngMessageNode = nextKey;
           latestKey++;

           ctrl.reRender();
         };

         this.deregister = function(comment) {
           var key = comment.$$ngMessageNode;
           delete comment.$$ngMessageNode;
           removeMessageNode($element[0], comment, key);
           delete messages[key];
           ctrl.reRender();
         };

         function findPreviousMessage(parent, comment) {
           var prevNode = comment;
           var parentLookup = [];
           while (prevNode && prevNode !== parent) {
             var prevKey = prevNode.$$ngMessageNode;
             if (prevKey && prevKey.length) {
               return messages[prevKey];
             }

             // dive deeper into the DOM and examine its children for any ngMessage
             // comments that may be in an element that appears deeper in the list
             if (prevNode.childNodes.length && parentLookup.indexOf(prevNode) == -1) {
               parentLookup.push(prevNode);
               prevNode = prevNode.childNodes[prevNode.childNodes.length - 1];
             } else {
               prevNode = prevNode.previousSibling || prevNode.parentNode;
             }
           }
         }

         function insertMessageNode(parent, comment, key) {
           var messageNode = messages[key];
           if (!ctrl.head) {
             ctrl.head = messageNode;
           } else {
             var match = findPreviousMessage(parent, comment);
             if (match) {
               messageNode.next = match.next;
               match.next = messageNode;
             } else {
               messageNode.next = ctrl.head;
               ctrl.head = messageNode;
             }
           }
         }

         function removeMessageNode(parent, comment, key) {
           var messageNode = messages[key];

           var match = findPreviousMessage(parent, comment);
           if (match) {
             match.next = messageNode.next;
           } else {
             ctrl.head = messageNode.next;
           }
         }
       }]
     };

     function isAttrTruthy(scope, attr) {
      return (isString(attr) && attr.length === 0) || //empty attribute
             truthy(scope.$eval(attr));
     }

     function truthy(val) {
       return isString(val) ? val.length : !!val;
     }
   }])

   /**
    * @ngdoc directive
    * @name ngMessagesInclude
    * @restrict AE
    * @scope
    *
    * @description
    * `ngMessagesInclude` is a directive with the purpose to import existing ngMessage template
    * code from a remote template and place the downloaded template code into the exact spot
    * that the ngMessagesInclude directive is placed within the ngMessages container. This allows
    * for a series of pre-defined messages to be reused and also allows for the developer to
    * determine what messages are overridden due to the placement of the ngMessagesInclude directive.
    *
    * @usage
    * ```html
    * <!-- using attribute directives -->
    * <ANY ng-messages="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ANY ng-messages-include="remoteTplString">...</ANY>
    * </ANY>
    *
    * <!-- or by using element directives -->
    * <ng-messages for="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ng-messages-include src="expressionValue1">...</ng-messages-include>
    * </ng-messages>
    * ```
    *
    * {@link module:ngMessages Click here} to learn more about `ngMessages` and `ngMessage`.
    *
    * @param {string} ngMessagesInclude|src a string value corresponding to the remote template.
    */
   .directive('ngMessagesInclude',
     ['$templateRequest', '$document', '$compile', function($templateRequest, $document, $compile) {

     return {
       restrict: 'AE',
       require: '^^ngMessages', // we only require this for validation sake
       link: function($scope, element, attrs) {
         var src = attrs.ngMessagesInclude || attrs.src;
         $templateRequest(src).then(function(html) {
           $compile(html)($scope, function(contents) {
             element.after(contents);

             // the anchor is placed for debugging purposes
             var anchor = jqLite($document[0].createComment(' ngMessagesInclude: ' + src + ' '));
             element.after(anchor);

             // we don't want to pollute the DOM anymore by keeping an empty directive element
             element.remove();
           });
         });
       }
     };
   }])

   /**
    * @ngdoc directive
    * @name ngMessage
    * @restrict AE
    * @scope
    *
    * @description
    * `ngMessage` is a directive with the purpose to show and hide a particular message.
    * For `ngMessage` to operate, a parent `ngMessages` directive on a parent DOM element
    * must be situated since it determines which messages are visible based on the state
    * of the provided key/value map that `ngMessages` listens on.
    *
    * More information about using `ngMessage` can be found in the
    * {@link module:ngMessages `ngMessages` module documentation}.
    *
    * @usage
    * ```html
    * <!-- using attribute directives -->
    * <ANY ng-messages="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ANY ng-message="stringValue">...</ANY>
    *   <ANY ng-message="stringValue1, stringValue2, ...">...</ANY>
    * </ANY>
    *
    * <!-- or by using element directives -->
    * <ng-messages for="expression" role="alert">
    *   <ng-message when="stringValue">...</ng-message>
    *   <ng-message when="stringValue1, stringValue2, ...">...</ng-message>
    * </ng-messages>
    * ```
    *
    * @param {expression} ngMessage|when a string value corresponding to the message key.
    */
  .directive('ngMessage', ngMessageDirectiveFactory('AE'))


   /**
    * @ngdoc directive
    * @name ngMessageExp
    * @restrict AE
    * @scope
    *
    * @description
    * `ngMessageExp` is a directive with the purpose to show and hide a particular message.
    * For `ngMessageExp` to operate, a parent `ngMessages` directive on a parent DOM element
    * must be situated since it determines which messages are visible based on the state
    * of the provided key/value map that `ngMessages` listens on.
    *
    * @usage
    * ```html
    * <!-- using attribute directives -->
    * <ANY ng-messages="expression">
    *   <ANY ng-message-exp="expressionValue">...</ANY>
    * </ANY>
    *
    * <!-- or by using element directives -->
    * <ng-messages for="expression">
    *   <ng-message when-exp="expressionValue">...</ng-message>
    * </ng-messages>
    * ```
    *
    * {@link module:ngMessages Click here} to learn more about `ngMessages` and `ngMessage`.
    *
    * @param {expression} ngMessageExp|whenExp an expression value corresponding to the message key.
    */
  .directive('ngMessageExp', ngMessageDirectiveFactory('A'));

function ngMessageDirectiveFactory(restrict) {
  return ['$animate', function($animate) {
    return {
      restrict: 'AE',
      transclude: 'element',
      terminal: true,
      require: '^^ngMessages',
      link: function(scope, element, attrs, ngMessagesCtrl, $transclude) {
        var commentNode = element[0];

        var records;
        var staticExp = attrs.ngMessage || attrs.when;
        var dynamicExp = attrs.ngMessageExp || attrs.whenExp;
        var assignRecords = function(items) {
          records = items
              ? (isArray(items)
                    ? items
                    : items.split(/[\s,]+/))
              : null;
          ngMessagesCtrl.reRender();
        };

        if (dynamicExp) {
          assignRecords(scope.$eval(dynamicExp));
          scope.$watchCollection(dynamicExp, assignRecords);
        } else {
          assignRecords(staticExp);
        }

        var currentElement, messageCtrl;
        ngMessagesCtrl.register(commentNode, messageCtrl = {
          test: function(name) {
            return contains(records, name);
          },
          attach: function() {
            if (!currentElement) {
              $transclude(scope, function(elm) {
                $animate.enter(elm, null, element);
                currentElement = elm;

                // in the event that the parent element is destroyed
                // by any other structural directive then it's time
                // to deregister the message from the controller
                currentElement.on('$destroy', function() {
                  if (currentElement) {
                    ngMessagesCtrl.deregister(commentNode);
                    messageCtrl.detach();
                  }
                });
              });
            }
          },
          detach: function() {
            if (currentElement) {
              var elm = currentElement;
              currentElement = null;
              $animate.leave(elm);
            }
          }
        });
      }
    };
  }];

  function contains(collection, key) {
    if (collection) {
      return isArray(collection)
          ? collection.indexOf(key) >= 0
          : collection.hasOwnProperty(key);
    }
  }
}


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