Library with functions for basic Discord/Telegram bot development
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README.md

LibBotUniversal

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Handy library for Telegram/Discord bots development.

Getting started

There are different sub-packages available:

  • pyrogram - Telegram bots with Pyrogram's fork "Pyrofork"
  • pycord - Discord bots with Pycord
  • speed - Performance improvements
  • dev - Dependencies for package development purposes

You can freely choose any sub-package you want, as well as add multiple (comma-separated) or none at all.

# Only general features
pip install libbot

# Only with Pyrogram
pip install libbot[pyrogram]

# With Pycord and Performance improvements
pip install libbot[pycord,speed]

Examples

Pyrogram

from libbot.pyrogram import PyroClient

def main():
    client = PyroClient(scheduler=scheduler)

    try:
        client.run()
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("Shutting down...")
    finally:
        if client.scheduler is not None:
            client.scheduler.shutdown()
        exit()


if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()

Pycord

from discord import Intents
from libbot import sync
from libbot.pycord import PycordBot


async def main():
    intents = Intents.default()
    bot = PycordBot(intents=intents)

    bot.load_extension("cogs")

    try:
        await bot.start(sync.config_get("bot_token", "bot"))
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        logger.warning("Shutting down...")
        await bot.close()


if __name__ == "__main__":
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
    loop.run_until_complete(main())

Config examples

For bot config examples please check the examples directory. Without a valid config file, the bot won't start at all, so you need to make sure the correct config file is used.