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pybot

Wrapper for python-telegram-bot to allow dynamic plug-in architecture, an attempt to make python-telegram-bot more hubottish.

Execution flow

  1. bin/pybot starts the bot with the selected adapter and using the configuration options defined in conf/pybot.conf or the command-line arguments.

  2. The selected adapter receives the message and sends it to the brain.py.

  3. The brain.py loads in runtime all the .py files in the ./memory folder each time and try to execute a defined method, for example hear(message.text).

  4. Each module in ./memory with that method returns a response, the brain.py sends it to the pybot.py and it sends the response back to the chat.

  • As the methods are dynamically loaded, you can edit and add the files in ./memory without need to restart pybot.py, and they will be reloaded on the next message. Overkill but funny.

Makefile targets

usage:             Show this help
setup-venv:        Setup virtualenv
lint:              Run code linter to check code style
telegram:          Run pybot with the telegram adapter
docker-build:      Build the docker image for running pybot
docker-telegram:   Run with telegram adapter in the docker container
docker-lint:       Run pep8 in the docker container
docker-clean:      Remove the docker image

Execution example

make docker-telegram
docker run -it --rm --name pybot -v /Users/rael/Code/python/pybot:/usr/src/pybot -w /usr/src/pybot 'pybot' bin/pybot telegram
Starting pybot using conf token file. CTRL-C to quit.
2017-04-17 07:35:54,392 - pybot.interfaces.telegram - INFO - Bot raelbot up and ready!
2017-04-17 07:36:39,371 - pybot.brain - INFO - 116133952, Hello world!, 53693428, 2017-04-17 07:36:39,"53693428";

Contributing

Contributions of all sizes are welcome.

License

You may copy, distribute and modify the software provided that modifications are described and licensed for free under LGPL-3 <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.html>_. Derivatives works (including modifications or anything statically linked to the library) can only be redistributed under LGPL-3, but applications that use the library don't have to be.

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