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Include telegram_bot message id for all messages #29315

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luca-angemi commented Dec 2, 2019


Include telegram_bot message id for all messages. This will allow to delete messages sent from user.

Example entry for configuration.yaml (if applicable):

  - platform: webhooks
    api_key: !secret telegram_secret
      - !secret telegram_chat_id1
      - !secret telegram_chat_id2


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fabaff commented Dec 3, 2019

Can be merged after the tests are passing.


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springstan commented Dec 3, 2019

@luca-angemi you can fix the linting error by removing the whitespace in the blank line 756.
To fix the CheckFormat error you can run black --fast homeassistant inside of your development environment.

@balloob balloob merged commit cae802f into home-assistant:dev Dec 3, 2019
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