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Last update: 2020-11-05 10:49:44 UTC
Welcome to the DiscordPHP based "BaseBot". This library is a foundation for your own PHP-Based Discord Bot. This library built on the Symfony 2 framework.
- PHP ^5.6|^7.0
- Mysql OR Mongo
- A Discord Bot Account (and its token)
This library can be installed with composer:
composer require lfgamers/discord-base-bot
To get a super basic bot running, you will have to create a module, and your module will have to set up a Server class
Discord\Base\AppBundle\Model\Server, and then create a simple entry script like the following:
<?php use Discord\Base\Bot; require __DIR__.'/../vendor/autoload.php'; $bot = Bot::create( [ 'modules' => [ MyModule::class ], 'parameters' => [ 'name' => 'MyFirstDiscordBot', 'version' => '0.0.1', 'author' => 'AwesomePerson', 'log_dir' => __DIR__.'/var/logs/', 'cache_dir' => __DIR__.'/var/cache/', 'admin_id' => 'MyDiscordUserAccountId', 'token' => 'MyBotToken', 'prefix' => '%', 'status' => 'with My Awesome Discord Bot', 'server_class' => MyModule\Model\Server::class, ], 'databases' => [ 'mysql' => [ 'enabled' => true, 'dsn' => 'mysql://localhost/database', ], ], ] ); $bot->run();
If you haven't run the bot before, you have to set up the schema with:
php bot.php doctrine:schema:create
Then, run that file with the arguments
discord:run to start the bot.
To add your own commands and code, you will need to make your own
Module (which is just an extension of Symfony's Bundle class),
and then create
BotCommand's that extend AbstractBotCommand.
Your directory structure should look something like (The directory for bot commands must be named "BotCommand", and commands must be suffixed with "BotCommand"):
src BotCommand MyBotCommand.php MyModule.php