Module: Discordrb

Defined in:
lib/discordrb.rb,
lib/discordrb/bot.rb,
lib/discordrb/await.rb,
lib/discordrb/cache.rb,
lib/discordrb/errors.rb,
lib/discordrb/logger.rb,
lib/discordrb/gateway.rb,
lib/discordrb/version.rb,
lib/discordrb/webhooks.rb,
lib/discordrb/container.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/role.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/user.rb,
lib/discordrb/id_object.rb,
lib/discordrb/paginator.rb,
lib/discordrb/colour_rgb.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/embed.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/emoji.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/invite.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/member.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/server.rb,
lib/discordrb/permissions.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/channel.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/message.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/profile.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/webhook.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/reaction.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/overwrite.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/recipient.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/attachment.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/audit_logs.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/application.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/integration.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/voice_state.rb,
lib/discordrb/webhooks/version.rb,
lib/discordrb/data/voice_region.rb,
lib/discordrb/websocket.rb

Overview

Webhook support for discordrb

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: API, Cache, Commands, Errors, EventContainer, Events, IDObject, Light, MemberAttributes, Opcodes, PermissionCalculator, ServerAttributes, UserAttributes, Voice, Webhooks Classes: Application, Attachment, AuditLogs, Await, Bot, Channel, ColourRGB, Embed, EmbedAuthor, EmbedField, EmbedFooter, EmbedImage, EmbedProvider, EmbedThumbnail, EmbedVideo, Emoji, Gateway, Integration, IntegrationAccount, Invite, InviteChannel, InviteServer, Logger, Member, Message, Overwrite, Paginator, Permissions, Profile, Reaction, Recipient, Role, Server, ServerBan, Session, User, VoiceRegion, VoiceState, WebSocket, Webhook

Constant Summary collapse

LOGGER =

The default debug logger used by discordrb.

Logger.new(ENV['DISCORDRB_FANCY_LOG'])
DISCORD_EPOCH =

The unix timestamp Discord IDs are based on

1_420_070_400_000
CHARACTER_LIMIT =

The maximum length a Discord message can have

2000
LOG_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT =

The format log timestamps should be in, in strftime format

'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%L'
VERSION =

The current version of discordrb.

'3.3.0'
ColorRGB =

Alias for the class ColourRGB

ColourRGB

Class Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.id_compare(one_id, other) ⇒ Object

Compares two objects based on IDs - either the objects' IDs are equal, or one object is equal to the other's ID.


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# File 'lib/discordrb.rb', line 19

def self.id_compare(one_id, other)
  other.respond_to?(:resolve_id) ? (one_id.resolve_id == other.resolve_id) : (one_id == other)
end

.split_message(msg) ⇒ Array<String>

Splits a message into chunks of 2000 characters. Attempts to split by lines if possible.

Parameters:

  • msg (String)

    The message to split.

Returns:

  • (Array<String>)

    the message split into chunks


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# File 'lib/discordrb.rb', line 29

def self.split_message(msg)
  # If the messages is empty, return an empty array
  return [] if msg.empty?

  # Split the message into lines
  lines = msg.lines

  # Turn the message into a "triangle" of consecutively longer slices, for example the array [1,2,3,4] would become
  # [
  #  [1],
  #  [1, 2],
  #  [1, 2, 3],
  #  [1, 2, 3, 4]
  # ]
  tri = [*0..(lines.length - 1)].map { |i| lines.combination(i + 1).first }

  # Join the individual elements together to get an array of strings with consecutively more lines
  joined = tri.map(&:join)

  # Find the largest element that is still below the character limit, or if none such element exists return the first
  ideal = joined.max_by { |e| e.length > CHARACTER_LIMIT ? -1 : e.length }

  # If it's still larger than the character limit (none was smaller than it) split it into slices with the length
  # being the character limit, otherwise just return an array with one element
  ideal_ary = ideal.length > CHARACTER_LIMIT ? ideal.chars.each_slice(CHARACTER_LIMIT).map(&:join) : [ideal]

  # Slice off the ideal part and strip newlines
  rest = msg[ideal.length..-1].strip

  # If none remains, return an empty array -> we're done
  return [] unless rest

  # Otherwise, call the method recursively to split the rest of the string and add it onto the ideal array
  ideal_ary + split_message(rest)
end