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  • Python 3.6+


Python Virtual Environment

This project is best ran in a virtual environment. You can use [pyvenv][3], which comes with python 3 and greater. The virtual enviroment lets you run different versions of python and packages from other projects.

Installation (Unix)

First install python3+ on your machine which should come with [pip][4]. If not, download from link provided.

  1. python3 -m venv env - Create a virtual environment in the env folder
  2. source env/bin/activate - Load the environment
  3. pip install -r requirements.txt - Install dependencies
  4. deactivate - Unloads the environment

Installation (Windows)

Note - Most documentation is for unix systems. Differences between windows and unix are: env\Scripts\ instead of env/bin/ and libraries go in env\Lib\ rather than env/lib/)

First install python3+ on your machine and then download and install [pip][4]. Then from the root of the project run:

  1. pip install virtualenv - Install virtualenv if not already done soCreate a virtual environment in the venv folder
  2. virtualenv venv - This creates will create a series of directories and scripts
  3. venv/Scripts/activate - Load the enviroment (There should be a (venv) before the current directory path name
  4. pip install -r requirements.txt - Install dependencies
  5. deactivate - Unloads the environment


Once dependencies are running, make sure that the environmental variable BOT_TOKEN is set to your bot token. Use python in order to run the bot.

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