Hey everyone, I am wondering how I can make my twitch bot notice that there is a sub/gifted sub and send a message to the user saying “thanks for the sub username” any way I can do this is python? Please lmk asap and if you need more info to help just reply what you need thanks!
You’ll need to enable Commands and Tags capabilities
And consume the relevant USERNOTICE’s
You may need to modify or obtain a IRCv3 compatible python library for IRC
WOW! thanks for the fast response! How do I add these capabilities and tags into python? you also mentioned I may have to obtain a new IRCv3? What is that? How do I obtain it?
HERE'S MY CODE:
from future import print_function
import socket, string
Set all the variables necessary to connect to Twitch IRC
HOST = “irc.twitch.tv”
NICK = “your twitch id”
PORT = 6667
PASS = “your oauth code”
readbuffer = “”
MODT = False
Connecting to Twitch IRC by passing credentials and joining a certain channel
s = socket.socket()
s.send("PASS " + PASS + “\r\n”)
s.send("NICK " + NICK + “\r\n”)
s.send(“JOIN #channel \r\n”)
Method for sending a message
s.send(“PRIVMSG #channel :” + message + “\r\n”)
readbuffer = readbuffer + s.recv(1024)
temp = string.split(readbuffer, “\n”)
readbuffer = temp.pop()
for line in temp: # Checks whether the message is PING because its a method of Twitch to check if you're afk if (line == "PING :tmi.twitch.tv"): s.send(bytes("PONG :tmi.twitch.tv\r\n", "UTF-8")) print("PONG SENT") else: # Splits the given string so we can work with it better parts = string.split(line, ":") if "QUIT" not in parts and "JOIN" not in parts and "PART" not in parts: try: # Sets the message variable to the actual message sent message = parts[:len(parts) - 1] except: message = "" # Sets the username variable to the actual username usernamesplit = string.split(parts, "!") username = usernamesplit # Only works after twitch is done announcing stuff (MODT = Message of the day) if MODT: print (username + ": " + message) # You can add all your plain commands here for l in parts: if "End of /NAMES list" in l: MODT = True
USING PYTHON: Python 2.7.13 |Enthought, Inc. (x86_64)| (default, Mar 2 2017, 16:05:12) [MSC v.1500 64 bit (AMD64)]
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