Make @Mod10Check and @Mod11Check constraints usable via API

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The constraints @Mod10Check and @Mod11Check should be usable via the API for programmatic constraint declaration.

For each constraint we have a corresponding definition type which allows to configure that constraint via the API in a type-safe manner (actually it was missing for @ModCheck).

We need Mod10CheckDef and Mod11CheckDef; E.g. @Mod11Check would then be used like this:

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Gunnar Morling
August 15, 2013, 8:43 AM
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@: Hi Victor. This is a follow-up to HV-809. Would you be interested in providing a pull request for this?

Victor Rezende dos Santos
August 15, 2013, 11:07 AM

Yes, soon as you finish last changes in I will take a look

Victor Rezende dos Santos
August 28, 2013, 2:50 PM

Since the may create a new constraint and will change options behaviors and names I think is better leave this for last

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