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Handler for DiSwarm

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DiSwarm Handler

Basic DiSwarm bot handling class, and standardized communication protocol


Main class: Handler(channel, token, swarm_id, bot_id, lead_timeout=5, role=None) Channel: Discord server channel to run swarm in Token: Discord bot token Swarm_id: Unique id of entire swarm Bot_id: Unique id of bot Lead_timeout: Seconds before bot declares itself swarm leader Role: Role in swarm. Changing this from None overrides leader/drone selection.

Subclass this, and redefine the function process_one(self, response) to perform different tasks based on input. This is much like the socketserver.BaseRequestHandler.handle() method.

Other functions: request(req, args=()) Requests data from swarm. Req: Request text Args: tuple of arguments to pass to swarm

process(): Processes swarm queue and returns list of process_one() outputs


  • Swarm ID: the same for all bots in your swarm, but it should be unique from any other swarm, at least on your swarm channel. To be safe, use a randomly generated string or number. Make sure every bot in your swarm has the same id, because bots with different ids cannot see eachother's messages.


  • pip install DiSwarm (Will install all dependencies

As an alternative, run pip install diswarm-handler to download this and all dependencies.

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