AIML Framework and Platform
Program Y is a fully compliant AIML 2.1 chatbot framework written in Python 3. It includes an entire platform for building your own chat bots using Artificial Intelligence Markup Language, or AIML for short. For more information about Program-y, its features and its history then check out the Background page.
New in v4.3
v4.3 introduces a number of fixes to clients bring them all up to date with changes in their supporting libraries of fixing defects found since earlier releases
Please note that the Tweepy library used in the Twitter client has a defect in direct message streaming, and this has been disabled until v3.9 of Tweepy is released.
New in 4.1
v4.1 sees an incremental release which moves the OOB and Trigger configuration into the storage engine. This is designed to reduce the size of config files. For more information on how to configure OOB and Trigger configuration see either the wiki documentation for each or the examples in Y-Bot
New in 4.0
Version 4.0 is a baseline release to prepare the ground work for a number of major changes in 2020. It includes the addition of over 2000 unit tests which brings coverage up to 99% of the core system and 96% overall Along with the unit tests, we have refactored major parts of the code base for ease of use, performance and long term sustainability. A number of defects have also been corrected due to the addition of the unit tests
The major change is in the configuration file struture. This has been refactored and while a breaking change, its structural, rather than content and aligns the configuration files with the internal structure of the bot architecture. The main change is the inclusion of brains and bots contains, so a configuration file now looks like
console: bots: bot1: brains: brain1: brain2: bot2: brains: brain3
Fixing config files should be as simple as introducing the bots and brains elements and shifting bot and brain elements a couple of tabs right
The third major feature is a complete refresh of the embeddable client, which now provides 3 simple ways to add a bot to you Python app in as little as 2 lines of code
from programy.clients.embed.basic import EmbeddedBasicBot my_bot = EmbeddedBasicBot() print("Response = %s" % my_bot.ask_question("Hello"))
For more information on this feature, see Embedded Bots
A number of configuration items have had their names changed so that all variables use underscore '_' as a space seperator rather than a mix of underscore and dash '-'. The list of changes re
The convention going forward is that all variables will use underscore '_' as a space seperator
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