Support slash commands with discord.py.
Support slash commands.
from discord.ext import slash client = slash.SlashBot( # normal arguments to commands.Bot() command_prefix='.', description="whatever", # special option: modify all global commands to be # actually guild commands for this guild instead, # for the purposes of testing. Remove this argument # or set it to None to make global commands be # properly global - note that they take 1 hour to # propagate. Useful because commands have to be # re-registered if their API definitions are changed. debug_guild=staging_guild_id ) msg_opt = slash.Option( # description of option, shown when filling in description='Message to send', # this means that the slash command will not be invoked # if this argument is not specified required=True) @client.slash_cmd() # global slash command async def repeat( # command name ctx: slash.Context, # there MUST be one argument annotated with Context message: msg_opt ): """Make the bot repeat what you say""" # description of command # respond to the interaction, must be done within 3 seconds await ctx.respond(message) # string (or str()able) message client.run(token)
discord.ext.slash.Context emulates discord.ext.commands.Context, but only to a certain extent. Notably, ctx.message does not exist, because slash commands can be run completely without the involvement of messages. However, channel and author information is still available.
All descriptions are required.
You must grant the bot applications.commands permissions in the OAuth2 section of the developer dashboard.
See the docs.
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