Need reference or documentation for writing python scripts for the hub

Asked by John Smith

Hey guys,

So, I run an ADCH++ hub for me a few of my friends and I want to be able to implement a couple of my own programs for it. I know python pretty well and I wanted to write my own scripts that would, for example create custom commands in the hub. I was wondering if A: this was possible, and B: whether there is some form of documentation that I could use to write this script. As of right now, the only information that I could find is in the ADCH++ Expert Guide, but the example given in that case is not nearly sufficient to explain how the interface works and what other functions are there. I was hoping someone could recommend a site with either documentation or more extensive examples.

As an afterthought I wanted to implement the "+releases" command that would tell someone of all the new files that have been introduced to the hub. I know this has been done before, but Google searches have proven fruitless. I was wondering if someone could point me to some information on how to set that up?

Thanks a bunch in advance.

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poy (poy) said :

ADCH++ has many Lua scripts but Python development hasn't quite taken off, although there are a few interesting scripts. as a result, there isn't much documentation; the best i can think of is to go by example with some basic scripts that are in the ADCH++ repository: <>. <> (automatically generated doc from the ADCH++ source code) may also be of some help, though it's slightly out-dated.

you may want to ask on <>; there is an interesting set of Python scripts written by Lanowen that may be of good use: <>

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poy (poy) said :

note also that several release bots have been written in the past for NMDC hubs; i'd look for one on <> and hook it up with ADCH++-PtokaX (Lua script) <>. that would be the easiest solution in my opinion.

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