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Maybe:

->with(array("messages"=>$this->user->errors));
Last updated 2 years ago.
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still

Undefined variable: messages (View: 

but i found that in the docs but i cant get it [This is a link]http://laravel.com/docs/validation under named error

Named Error Bags If you have multiple forms on a single page, you may wish to name the MessageBag of errors. This will allow you to retrieve the error messages for a specific form. Simply pass a name as the second argument to withErrors: return Redirect::to('register')->withErrors($validator, 'login');
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Why do you want to do that ?

Last updated 2 years ago.
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i found it .. second reply here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17047116/laravel-validation-attributes-nice-names

return Redirect::route('page')->withErrors(array('register' => $validator));

so i will get it under

{{$errors->register->first('username)}}
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i had 2 forms one for login and other for sign up in one page so the variable $errors->first('username') is identical for login and sign up

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Solution

So as you mentioned with named errors

return Redirect::to('whatever')->withErrors($validator, 'login');

then in the views

{{ $errors->login->first('username') }}
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now i get that error :D http://oi59.tinypic.com/e7kqpw.jpg

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yeah it's better thanx pmall

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