Skip to content


Switch branches/tags

Name already in use

A tag already exists with the provided branch name. Many Git commands accept both tag and branch names, so creating this branch may cause unexpected behavior. Are you sure you want to create this branch?

Latest commit


Git stats


Failed to load latest commit information.
Latest commit message
Commit time

This is a sarah Adapter implementation for LINE Messaging API.

Recommended storage

Idea of user's conversational state: UserContext

One outstanding feature that Sarah offers is the ability to store user's conversational context, sarah.UserContext, initiated by sarah.Command. With this feature, sarah.Command developer can let messaging user stay in the sarah.Command's conversation without adding any change to sarah.Bot's logic.

When a sarah.Command returns sarah.CommandResponose with sarah.UserContext, Sarah considers the user is in the middle of sarah.Command's conversational context and stores this context information in designated sarah.Storage. When the user sends the next input within a pre-configured timeout window, the input is passed to the function defined by stored sarah.UserContext.

This is how a sarah.Command turns typical one-response-per-input bot interaction to conversational one so users can input a series of arguments in a more user-friendly conversational manner.

See UserContextStorage for details.

Customized sarah.UserContextStorage

Pre-defined default storage is provided and can be initialized via sarah.NewUserContextStorage, but developers may replace it with preferred storage since sarah.UserContextStorage is merely an interface. A use of alternative storage is indeed recommended for production environment for two reasons:

  • Default storage internally uses a map to store sarah.UserContext in the process memory space, which means all stored contexts are vanished on process restart.
  • While some chat services such as Slack and Gitter let bot initiate a connection against chat server, LINE Messaging API lets LINE initiate HTTP request against bot server. With this model, to handle a larger amount of HTTP requests, the bot may consist of multiple server instances. Therefore multiple sarah.Bot processes over multiple server instances must be capable of sharing sarah.UserContextStorage to let the user continue her conversation.

Currently go-sarah-rediscontext is provided as one solution to store serialized sarah.UserContext in Redis. One limitation to using external KVS is that arguments to the callback function must be serializable; while default storage does not require so because it casually stores callback functions in Golang's map structure.

Other implementations for different storage middleware should be available by implementing sarah.UserContextStorage interface.

Getting Started

Below is a minimal sample that describes how to setup and start LINE Adapter. For more detailed description how to register sarah.Command and behaviors, see Sarah's and its example code.

package main

import (


func main() {
        // Setup configuration
        configBuf, _ := ioutil.ReadFile("/path/to/adapter/config.yaml")
        lineConfig := line.NewConfig()
        yaml.Unmarshal(configBuf, lineConfig)

        // Setup bot
        lineAdapter, _ := line.NewAdapter(lineConfig)
        storage := sarah.NewUserContextStorage(sarah.NewCacheConfig())
        lineBot, _ := sarah.NewBot(lineAdapter, sarah.BotWithStorage(storage))
        // Start
        config := sarah.NewConfig()
        ctx, cancel := context.WithCancel(context.Background())
        err := sarah.Run(ctx, config)
        if err != nil {
        	panic(fmt.Errorf("failed to run: %s", err.Error()))
        // Stop when signal is sent.
        c := make(chan os.Signal, 1)
        signal.Notify(c, syscall.SIGTERM)
        select {
        case <-c:


No description, website, or topics provided.






No packages published