Python binding for Tox the skype replacement
Python binding for Project Tox.
PyTox provides a Pythonic binding, i.e Object-oriented instead of C style, raise exception instead of returning error code. A simple example is as follows:
class EchoBot(Tox): def loop(self): while True: self.do() time.sleep(0.03) def on_friend_request(self, pk, message): print 'Friend request from %s: %s' % (pk, message) self.add_friend_norequest(pk) print 'Accepted.' def on_friend_message(self, friendId, message): name = self.get_name(friendId) print '%s: %s' % (name, message) print 'EchoBot: %s' % message self.send_message(friendId, message)
As you can see callbacks are mapped into class method instead of using it the the c ways. For more details please refer to examples/echo.py.
To get started, a Makefile is provided to run PyTox inside a docker container:
- make test: This will launch tests in a container.
- make run: This will launch an interactive container with PyTox installed.
- make echobot: This will launch the example echobot in a container.
- echo.py: A working echo bot that wait for friend requests, and than start echoing anything that friend send.
Full API documentation can be read here.
- Complete API binding (use toos/apicomplete.py to check)
- Unittest for ToxAV
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
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