Install the following packages:
To Install the latest:
dotnet new --install DisCatSharp.ProjectTemplates
To install a specific version (example uses 18.104.22.168):
dotnet new --install DisCatSharp.ProjectTemplates::22.214.171.124
If you're using Visual Studio, the templates will show up when creating a new project/solution
To easily find the DCS templates, you can search for either
Discord. These tags are generic so if anyone else creates their own
discord or bot template our DCS templates will still be discoverable. We shall be using the solution template for our example.
For example sake, the project name is DCSTest
Input your Discord Token which can be retrieved via Discord's Developer Portal. The checkboxes represent the various modules in the DCS library. Checking it, will include it in your project. If it's an extension, it automatically gets configured/included.
You should see something similar to the following image. It's worth noting that you need to set the Web project as the
Startup project. Due to the web being
list last, the
Bot project is considered the startup. You would think that a class-library which doesn't have an exe could be considered a startup project....
At this point in time the template is ready to run!
This is a class library in which you place bot related code. It contains its own json file where you can configure your bot accordingly!
An extension class provides easy to call methods for adding the Bot's services/configuration into the dependency injection (DI) pipeline.
This is a very minimal project. By itself it only has a default endpoint which displays "Hello World".
Combines the bot and web templates. Includes the appropriate references/calls to get your bot up and running with minimal effort.