InlineKeyboardButtonconstructor methods don't expose this param, my bad
InlineKeyboardButtoncompanion object with some description
Hi @augustjune and thanks for the library :)
a quick question: i'm developing a bot with different scenarios and callbacks and was wondering if there are any way to have a "global exception handler" instead of use
.handleErrorWith for each of the scenarios.
i was expecting the app not to crash if something fails during the evaluation of one of the scenarios (because of a bad input, some unhandled edge case, temporary connection error with external sources, telegram server not responding ..).
i'have tried to use the handleErrorWith/attempt in the main stream:
telegramClient .flatMap(implicit client => Bot .polling[IO] .follow(scen1,scen2,scen3) .through(callback1) //tried here ) //tried here .compile .drain .as(ExitCode.Success)
but the underlying stream seems to explode:
[ioapp-compute-3] INFO o.h.c.PoolManager - Shutting down connection pool: curAllocated=1 idleQueues.size=1 waitQueue.size=0 maxWaitQueueLimit=256 closed=false Non-daemon threads currently preventing JVM termination: - 29: Thread[pool-1-thread-1,5,main] - - 44: Thread[DestroyJavaVM,5,main]
Am i missing something?
.cancelmethods that you can use to steer the flow
Hi. I'm trying to handle inline queries with code from the NoScenario example, and it doesn't work. I see an error "unexpected HTTP status: 400 Bad Request". It's working fine when I return empty List() but fails with InlineQueryResultArticle content. Probably somebody has any ideas what could go wrong?
A simple "echo" bot is working fine as well. The only issue is inline queries
/startagain. I know that I can save chat identifier, create ChatApi using id and send the message. But I do not understand how to write "main" (
def run(args: List[String]): IO[ExitCode] = ???) function(( In the examples, there are only starting one Stream with polling, but it is not my case. Can someone help me pls