Discord Bots That Talk To You

 import os
import discord
from discord.ext import commands
from abilities import llm_prompt
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from collections import deque
import asyncio

# Initialize logging
import logging
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Load the Discord Bot Token from environment variable
# Load the rate limit or set to default of 1 response per minute
    RATE_LIMIT = int(os.getenv('RESPONSES_PER_MINUTE', '1'))
except ValueError:
    RATE_LIMIT = 1
    logger.error("Invalid literal for int() with base 10 in RESPONSES_PER_MINUTE. Defaulting to 1 response per minute.")
# Load the backlog size or set to default of 1
    WAITING_LIST_SIZE = int(os.getenv('WAITING_LIST_SIZE', '1'))

About this template

This app is a chat bot that can be integrated with Discord. It allows users to interact with the bot by sending messages and receiving responses. The bot is designed to handle rate limiting, ensuring that it responds to a limited number of messages per minute. If a user exceeds the rate limit, their messages are added to a backlog and processed later. The bot also supports private messaging and can respond to direct messages from users. The app is built using Python and utilizes the Discord API for communication.

Introduction to the Discord Bot Template

Welcome to the step-by-step guide on how to use the Discord Bot Template on Lazy. This template allows you to create a chat bot that can be integrated with Discord, enabling users to interact with the bot through messages and receive responses. The bot is designed to handle rate limiting, ensuring that it responds to a limited number of messages per minute. It also supports private messaging and can respond to direct messages from users. This guide will walk you through the process of setting up and deploying your Discord bot using Lazy.

Getting Started

To begin using this template, click on "Start with this Template" in the Lazy Builder interface. This will pre-populate the code in the Lazy Builder, so you won't need to copy, paste, or delete any code manually.

Initial Setup: Adding Environment Secrets

Before testing your bot, you'll need to set up some environment secrets within the Lazy Builder. Navigate to the Environment Secrets tab and add the following:

  • DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN: Your Discord bot token, which you can obtain from the Discord Developer Portal.

Ensure that you have created a bot on the Discord Developer Portal and have the token ready to use. If you're unsure how to create a bot and get the token, follow these steps:

  • Go to the Discord Developer Portal (https://discord.com/developers/applications).
  • Click on the "New Application" button and give your application a name.
  • Go to the "Bot" tab and click on "Add Bot".
  • Under the "TOKEN" section, click "Copy" to get your bot token.

Once you have your token, paste it into the corresponding environment secret field in the Lazy Builder.

Test: Deploying the Bot

After setting up your environment secrets, press the "Test" button to begin the deployment of your bot. The Lazy CLI will handle the deployment process, and you won't need to provide any additional user input at this stage.

Using the Bot

Once your bot is deployed, you can invite it to your Discord server using the OAuth2 URL generated in the Discord Developer Portal. To interact with the bot in your server, use the !ttm command followed by your message. The bot will respond to your messages according to the rate limit you've set. If you exceed the rate limit, your messages will be queued and processed once the limit resets.

Integrating the Bot

If you wish to integrate the bot into an external service or frontend, you may need to use the server link provided by Lazy after deployment. This link can be used to interact with the bot's API if applicable. For example, you might add the bot's server link to a web dashboard that allows users to send messages to the bot and display responses.

Remember, this bot is designed to work within the Lazy platform, and all the necessary libraries and deployment processes are handled by Lazy. You do not need to worry about setting up your environment or installing libraries locally.

Follow these steps carefully to ensure a smooth setup and deployment of your Discord bot using the Lazy platform. Happy building!

Last published
June 15, 2024

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