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A very extensible command parser for discord.py [rewrite]

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# Kommando.py An extensible command parser for discord.py [rewrite]

## Requirements * Python 3.6+ * discord.py library [rewrite]

## F.A.Q

#### When should i use it instead of ext.commands? When you need to do things that ext.commands can’t help you, or you wanna make very special and user-centered commands

#### When shouldn’t i use it? When you are still learning python or when you are to uptight to try something new

#### What are the main advantages? - Built-in keyword arguments support - Custom methods, control of the entire command parsing - Extensions, modular and total customization of your Bot, with partial reloads and custom states at runtime - Live Objects, inteligent use of callbacks - Long-lived (or even permanent) paginators - Multiple tasks for client events - Easy translations and customized behaviours - Brand-new features

#### When you will release some documentation? Soon!

#### Soo why the custom Oni ordered an HellBox? For Hellpy someone

#### Why this is still here? I mean, the bots aren’t called onis anymore, the hellboxes are now contexts, and the project was never called Hellpy Historical Reasons

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