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README.rst

This repository is archived and will not receive any updates

It's time to say goodbye. I'm archiving Slacker. It's been getting harder to find time to maintain this project for a while now. For years it's been the most popular Python library for Slack. Eventually Slack decided to go with their library, and I lost my motivation to maintain it. Thank you all for your contributions to this project.

Slacker

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About

Slacker is a full-featured Python interface for the Slack API.

Installation

$ pip install slacker

Examples

from slacker import Slacker

slack = Slacker('<your-slack-api-token-goes-here>')

# Send a message to #general channel
slack.chat.post_message('#general', 'Hello fellow slackers!')

# Get users list
response = slack.users.list()
users = response.body['members']

# Upload a file
slack.files.upload('hello.txt')

# If you need to proxy the requests
proxy_endpoint = 'http://myproxy:3128'
slack = Slacker('<your-slack-api-token-goes-here>',
                http_proxy=proxy_endpoint,
                https_proxy=proxy_endpoint)

# Advanced: Use `request.Session` for connection pooling (reuse)
from requests.sessions import Session
with Session() as session:
    slack = Slacker(token, session=session)
    slack.chat.post_message('#general', 'All these requests')
    slack.chat.post_message('#general', 'go through')
    slack.chat.post_message('#general', 'a single https connection')

Documentation

https://api.slack.com/methods

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