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Threading support #132

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Bockit opened this Issue Jun 12, 2017 · 3 comments

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Bockit commented Jun 12, 2017

Are there are any plans to support threading in the rtm api
? https://api.slack.com/docs/message-threading

I started looking into it and I think you can get by with send_raw as a workaround, but I was wondering if there were plans for api support. I wouldn't know how the api would need to change to support it.

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I'd happily accept a PR that adds threading support, but I have no need for it myself so it's not really in the roadmap.

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BlakeWilliams commented Jun 12, 2017

I'd happily accept a PR that adds threading support, but I have no need for it myself so it's not really in the roadmap.

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@Bockit it's fairly straightforward to use the web API wrapper in this library to post messages to a channel instead of using the socket connection if you don't want to do the implementation there. There is an example payload in the doc you linked. I have found it best for my application to use the socket connection for receiving events, but do all my posts and updates through the web API.

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mmartinson commented Aug 2, 2017

@Bockit it's fairly straightforward to use the web API wrapper in this library to post messages to a channel instead of using the socket connection if you don't want to do the implementation there. There is an example payload in the doc you linked. I have found it best for my application to use the socket connection for receiving events, but do all my posts and updates through the web API.

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Bockit Aug 2, 2017

That's a good strategy, thanks for the heads up.

Bockit commented Aug 2, 2017

That's a good strategy, thanks for the heads up.

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