kandi X-RAY | Discord4J Summary
kandi X-RAY | Discord4J Summary
Java interface for the unofficial Discord API, written in Java 8. The API is also available in these languages:.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Edit a message
- Get the timestamp
- Gets a message by ID
- Get the message ID
- Set the channel to send
- Sets the content of the message with the given style
- Sets the channel to send to the message
- Sets the content of the message
- Append extra text
- Append extra text to the message
- Changes the presence of the bot s server
- Dispatch event
- Dispatch an event to all listeners
- Register a listener
- Logs out the user
- Deletes a message from the specified channel ID
- Set the avatar for this user
- Registers an event listener
- Change the account info on the server
- Retrieves the most recent messages from a channel
- Gets a PM channel for a given user
- Logs into Discord
- Gets the invite details
- Construct a user object from raw JSON data
- Retrieves the name of a game by its ID
- Retrieves the game id for a game
Discord4J Key Features
Discord4J Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Discord4J
I'm packaging a shadow jar of my app. The app uses kotlin and some external dependencies. All dependencies are in my jar but i get the following exception during runtime:
The Z at the end is always there; I don't where it comes from.
I checked multiple example of build.gradle files and mine seems to be good....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-05 at 06:07
Your runtime Java Version is lower than the compile-time Java version
Optional.isEmpty() is from JDK 11+, its not in JDK 8,9
the build.gradle is fine.
just run with JDK 11
(discord4j 3.1.0) So i want to get all the messages from a (Guild)MessageChannel, but as far as i know there is no straight forward way of doing it (what i mean by that there is no channel.getMessages().block() or something). What i've been using as a substitue for a while now, is a method which gets the last message of the channel, and then gets all messages before that....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-04 at 08:17
You can use
Snowflake.of(Instant.now()) to get all messages:
I'm currently working on a bot with discord4j where I want to add a reaction(emoji) to a message. But i have no clue, how to use the addReaction() method and every example i find is using an older version. In earlier versions of dicord4j you could give a string of the unicode representation of the emoji as the parameter, but now it just takes in an object of the type ReactionEmoji. I looked at its methods nothing really makes sense except the ReactionEmoji.unicode(String raw) but then i get the error-message "unknown emoji". As input of the string i tried the unicode, the actual emoji itself, and i went into debug mode, added a reaction to a message, then took the reaction in debug mode, and copied the raw value of the reaction, pasted it as the input parameter of the unicode() mehtod , but it still didn't recognize it as an emoji. Is there some documentation i can't find? My code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-30 at 17:07
You have to use a unicode escape instead:
So, I have a
ClassNotFoundException from my discord bot whenever I run it outside of Eclipse:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-17 at 03:15
Apache Maven is a build tool for,
- Retrieving project dependencies (3rd party Jars, etc.) from remote repositories to the local machine based on the dependencies declared in the pom.xml file.
- Compiling Java classes
In your case, your pom.xml fetched all the dependencies and put them on your local computer. Eclipse's built-in Maven plugin puts those Jar files in your project's classpath. This is the reason, you were able to run your application within Eclipse IDE.
If you wish to run your application outside Eclipse IDE, you can do it in a couple of ways:
Put all the dependencies (JARs) in your application classpath, e.g,
$ java -cp ".:./jars/a.jar; ../jars/b.jar" myClass
- Create a uber jar by using Maven Shade plugin. Here is the documentation on using the Shade plugin.
Question I don't get any output to the
Gamebot.log file, but I do get it on the console and I have no idea why it doesn't output to the log. Please help.
Log4j config file
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-30 at 17:47
This ended up being longer than a comment, so I'll post it as an answer.
- your File Appender seems to be correct.
It looks like you can only set the
Root levelonce. So what you're actually telling log4j is something like this:
i. "Set the root logger's level to be debug, and have it use the File appender called 'MyFile'.
ii. But then you say, "Actually, set the root logger's level to be info, and have the appender be the Console appender called 'Console'.
What you were doing with the logger you defined, when you do the following:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Discord4J like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Discord4J component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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