I was using the Advanced Aggregation module, and found a small bug in the implementation of hook_add_js(): it does not use the $javascript as a reference, so the JavaScript is never added when the Advanced Aggregation is enabled.

The correct implementation should be:

 * Implements hook_js_alter().
function clientside_validation_js_alter(&$javascript) {
$clientside_validation_settings = &drupal_static('clientside_validation_settings', array());
  if (isset(
$clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation'])) {
    foreach (
$clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['forms'] as $form_id => $settings) {
$stripped_form_id = $form_id;
$matches = array();
preg_match(' /.*?(--(\d)*)/', $form_id, $matches);
      if (isset(
$matches[1])) {
$stripped_form_id = str_replace($matches[1], '', $form_id);
      if (
$stripped_form_id != $form_id) {
$clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['forms'][$form_id] = $clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['forms'][$stripped_form_id];
$clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['groups'][$form_id] = $clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['groups'][$stripped_form_id];
$javascript = drupal_add_js($clientside_validation_settings, 'setting');



attiks’s picture

Can you provide a patch?

adam_bear’s picture

Yep... this function is buggy. In addition to the missing $js param, it needs to be assigned to the module js group.

$clientside_validation_settings['clientsideValidation']['group'] = JS_DEFAULT

amberau79’s picture

Note that implementing this way also fixes a bug where the settings were stripped if the scope of the js settings was set to footer. Thank you!!

Jelle_S’s picture

Version:7.x-1.37» 7.x-1.x-dev
Status:Active» Fixed

Fixed in the latest dev version. Thanks for the report

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

vflirt’s picture

Status:Closed (fixed)» Active


i have to reopen this because this is actually breaking the locale js. If you look at the locale_js_alter you will see that it adds the translation javascript file but because you overwrite the javascript array you are actually removing this. You should only add your things and/or edit current records in the array. Changing all the javascript array is just breaking th site js and therefor you are not getting any javascript translations so Drupal.t() will not work at all.

What I think should be done is :

$javascript['settings']['data'][] = $clientside_validation_settings;
instead of
$javascript = drupal_add_js($clientside_validation_settings, 'setting');

This way only the needed settings are added to the javsacript array that will be compressed later on.
Hope someone else could trow a thought on this.

Kind Regards

Jelle_S’s picture

Status:Active» Fixed

#6 is fixed in the latest dev version.

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.