Python library to help you build your own Telegram clients
Welcome to Python-Telegram! Python-Telegram is a python wrapper for tdlib, completely Object-Oriented and originally based on tdlib's suggested libs for python.
Installing the library is super easy. First, be sure to have Python3 installed in your server:
apt install python3
Then, simply execute the installation script:
python3 setup.py install
And you're ready to go!
A simple script
Here's a simple script that prints every update it receives from Telegram:
from pytglib.client import Telegram # Change the values below api_id = 7 api_hash = '123412341234123412341234' phone_number = '+12312312312' dbenc = '32_hexademical_chars' # Initiate the client client = Telegram(api_id=api_id, api_hash=api_hash, phone=phone_number, database_encryption_key=dbenc) # Login to the client client.login() # Define the handler function def my_message_handler(update): print(update) # Register it client.add_message_handler(my_message_handler) tg.idle() # And you're ready to go!
For more complex scripts, go to the Examples section below:
Documentation and examples
The documentation is not complete at the moment, but you can see some examples in
examples tree. Of course, we're doing our best to finish the documentation as soon as possible.
By the way, there's an auto generated documentation here; It can help to find out about types and functions of the library.
Bugs and questions
If there is any buys or questions about the library, feel free to contact any member of our team on Telegram:
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.