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griefed/curseforge-bot.

A docker container for https://github.com/ErdbeerbaerLP/Curseforge-Bot

996 0 arm64 amd64 arm Deprecated

Build Information

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Docker Hub griefed/curseforge-bot
Build Time 12 Feb 2022 21:07:38
Base Image lsiobase/alpine
Category Bot
Synchronised Yes
Stable Yes
Deprecated Yes

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Branch Version Built
1.0 1.0 22 Jan 2021 at 19:13:33
latest latest 22 Mar 2021 at 06:44:23
arm arm 24 Jan 2021 at 13:12:33
ijo42-latest ijo42-latest 25 Jan 2021 at 12:50:22

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Running this as a container

Basic examples for getting this image running as a container

Docker Compose

---
version: "2"
services:
  curseforge-bot:
    image: griefed/curseforge-bot:latest
    container_name: curseforge-bot
    restart: unless-stopped
    environment:
      - TZ=Europe/Berlin # Timezone
      - ROLE_ID=000000000 # (Optional) The ID of the discord role mentioned when the bot makes a post
      - PUID=1000 # User ID
      - PROJECT_ID=430517 # The ID of your Curseforge project
      - PGID=1000 # Group ID
      - GITHUB_TOKEN # (Optional) Required if you want the cache of the bot to be synched to a github repository. Create an github access token with full 
      - GITHUB_REPO=CurseforgeBotCache # (Optional) If using GITHUB_TOKEN this will be the name of the repo where the bot will store the cache
      - FILE_LINK=curse # direct-link to file or curseforge-link on project page or nolink.
      - DISCORD_CHANNEL_ID=000000000 # The ID of the channel you want the bot to post in
      - DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN=InsertHere # Your discord bot-token
      - DESCRIPTION='New File(s) Detected For CurseForge Project(s)' # This sets the text that appears as the message description in the update notification
      - CHANGELOG_FORMAT=md # yml or md or css. Only choose one syntax. Can be very usefull if project owner/author uses discord MarkDown formatting in their changelog.
    volumes:
      - /host/path/to/config:/config # Where the bot-conf will be stored

CLI

docker create \
  --name=curseforge-bot \
  -e TZ=Europe/Berlin `# Timezone` \
  -e ROLE_ID=000000000 `# (Optional) The ID of the discord role mentioned when the bot makes a post` \
  -e PUID=1000 `# User ID` \
  -e PROJECT_ID=430517 `# The ID of your Curseforge project` \
  -e PGID=1000 `# Group ID` \
  -e GITHUB_TOKEN `# (Optional) Required if you want the cache of the bot to be synched to a github repository. Create an github access token with full ` \
  -e GITHUB_REPO=CurseforgeBotCache `# (Optional) If using GITHUB_TOKEN this will be the name of the repo where the bot will store the cache` \
  -e FILE_LINK=curse `# direct-link to file or curseforge-link on project page or nolink.` \
  -e DISCORD_CHANNEL_ID=000000000 `# The ID of the channel you want the bot to post in` \
  -e DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN=InsertHere `# Your discord bot-token` \
  -e DESCRIPTION='New File(s) Detected For CurseForge Project(s)' `# This sets the text that appears as the message description in the update notification` \
  -e CHANGELOG_FORMAT=md `# yml or md or css. Only choose one syntax. Can be very usefull if project owner/author uses discord MarkDown formatting in their changelog.` \
  -v /host/path/to/config:/config `# Where the bot-conf will be stored` \
  --restart unless-stopped \
  griefed/curseforge-bot:latest