Programmatically copying ActiveModel validators from one model to another?

I’m writing a library that will require programmatically copying
validations from one model to another, but I’m stumped on how to pull

I have a model that is an ActiveModel::Model with some validation:

class User < ActiveRecord::Base
  validates :name, presence: true

And another model that I’d like to have the same validations:

class UserForm
  include ActiveModel::Model
  attr_accessor :name

Now I’d like to give UserForm the same validations as User, and
modifying User. Copying the validators over doesn’t work, because
ActiveModel::Validations hooks into callbacks during the validation

UserForm._validators = User._validators
# => true             # We wanted to see `false` here, but no

# are actually running because the :validate
# is empty.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be an easy way that I can see to
programmatically give one model another’s validation callbacks and still
have it work. I think my best bet is if I can ask Rails to regenerate
validation callbacks based on the validators that are present at a given
moment in time.

Is that possible? If not, is there a better way to do this?

Why don’t you try creating a concern and decorate the class with that
concern that contains the validations?

you can have a look here:


does this needs to be done in run time?

hope it helps.