Userge

by Hashimkp

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Userge
Pluggable Telegram UserBot
Inspiration  •  Features  •  Example  •  Requirements  •  Project Credits  •  Copyright & License

Userge 🔥

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Userge is a Powerful , Pluggable Telegram UserBot written in Python using Pyrogram.

Inspiration 😇

This project is inspired by the following projects :)

Special Thanks to all of you !!!.

Features 😍

  • Powerful and Very Useful built-in Plugins
    • gdrive [ upload / download / etc ] ( Team Drives Supported! ) 🤥
    • zip / tar / unzip / untar / unrar
    • telegram upload / download
    • pmpermit / afk
    • notes / filters
    • split / combine
    • gadmin
    • plugin manager
    • etc...
  • Channel & Group log support
  • Database support
  • Build-in help support
  • Easy to Setup & Use
  • Easy to add / port Plugins
  • Easy to write modules with the modified client

Example Plugin 🤨

from userge import userge, Message

LOG = userge.getLogger(__name__)  # logger object

CHANNEL = userge.getCLogger(__name__)  # channel logger object

@userge.on_cmd("test", about="help text to this command")  # adding handler and help text to .test command
async def testing(message: Message):
   LOG.info("starting test command...")  # log to console

   await message.edit("testing...", del_in=5)  # this will be automatically deleted after 5 sec

   await CHANNEL.log("testing completed!")  # log to channel

Requirements 🥴

How To Deploy 👷

  • HEROKU Method 🔧

    First click the button below.

    If you don't have HU_STRING_SESSION just ignore it.

    After Deployed to Heroku first turn off the app (resources -> turn off) and run bash genStr in console (more -> run console).

    After that copy the string session and past it in Config Vars (settings -> reveal config vars).

    Finally turn on the app and check the logs (settings -> view logs) :)

    Deploy

  • Other Method 🔧

    # clone the repo
    git clone https://github.com/UsergeTeam/Userge.git
    cd Userge
    
    # create virtualenv
    virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python3 venv
    . ./venv/bin/activate
    
    # install requirements
    pip install -r requirements.txt
    
    # Create config.env as given config.env.sample and fill that
    cp config.env.sample config.env
    
    # get string session and add it to config.env
    bash genStr
    
    # finally run the Userge ;)
    bash run

Modified By KR