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Ansible Role for PHP Telegram Bot

This project is still a work in progress, use at your own risk! For now, you will most probably have to explore the code to understand what this role does exactly.

Installs and configures PHP Telegram Bots on Debian/Ubuntu servers. This role uses the PHP Telegram Bot Manager project and makes use of vlucas/phpdotenv for all configurable values.

Note: This role does not install any web or database server! It assumes that you have a functioning web server with PHP and composer installed.

There are two different ways this role will work for you: A basic default bot This method installs a very basic bot into your defined working directory. All parameters are passed directly using the php_telegram_bot_bots array.

An existing project that exists in a git repository When you already have an existng project that makes use of the PHP Telegram Bot Manager, you can simply define the path to your git repository using the project_repo (and project_repo_branch) parameters in the php_telegram_bot_bots array.

Requirements

Webserver You can use whatever you want. You just need to create a site/vhost that points to the correct root of the Telegram Bot directories. I recommend using Nginx, which can be installed easily with the geerlingguy.nginx role.

Database To use the database for your bot(s), make sure you have a functioning connection to the database server. If it's on the same machine, you can use the the geerlingguy.mysql role. For any external server, you just need to be able to access the database with your credentials.

Role Variables

php_telegram_bot_composer_package: noplanman/telegram-bot-manager
php_telegram_bot_composer_version: ''
php_telegram_bot_mysql_structure: vendor/longman/telegram-bot/structure.sql

php_telegram_bot_websrv_user: www-data
php_telegram_bot_websrv_group: www-data

php_telegram_bot_bots: []

# php_telegram_bot_bots:
#   # Simple bot (minimal)
#   - api_key: 12345:api_key
#     working_dir: /var/www/simplebot_minimal
#
#   # Simple bot (with db)
#   - api_key: 12345:api_key
#     bot_username: my_bot
#     working_dir: /var/www/simplebot_with_db
#     mysql:
#       host: localhost
#       user: root
#       password: root
#       database: db
#
#   # Simple bot (with webhook)
#   - api_key: 12345:api_key
#     bot_username: my_bot
#     working_dir: /var/www/simplebot_with_webhook
#     secret: super-secret
#     webhook:
#       url: my.webhook.url
#
#   # Project bot (with webhook)
#   - api_key: 12345:api_key
#     bot_username: my_bot
#     project_repo: https://projectrepo.git
#     project_dotenv: prod.env.j2
#     working_dir: /var/www/projectbot
#     secret: super-secret
#     webhook:
#       url: project.webhook.url
#     mysql:
#       host: db.server
#       user: root
#       password: root
#       database: db
#       structure: my-custom-db-structure.sql

Available fields for php_telegram_bot_bots entry are the ones available for the PHP Telegram Bot Manager. Simply use YAML format to define variables in the same structure as the manager.php parameters array.

Role Hooks

This role has hooks before and after each section.

php_telegram_bot_hooks_before_install: my-hook.yml
php_telegram_bot_hooks_after_install: my-hook.yml
php_telegram_bot_hooks_before_database: my-hook.yml
php_telegram_bot_hooks_after_database: my-hook.yml
php_telegram_bot_hooks_before_webhook: my-hook.yml
php_telegram_bot_hooks_after_webhook: my-hook.yml

Role Tags

Each part of the setup has a tag.

php_telegram_bot:install   # Installation of all bots.
php_telegram_bot:database  # Set up the databases.
php_telegram_bot:webhook   # Set the webhooks.

Dependencies

None.

Example Playbook

---
- hosts: www-server
  become: yes
  roles:
    - php-telegram-bot.php-telegram-bot

License

MIT