Create Your Own Plugin

We try our best to simplify custom plugin creation.

All you needed is your <plugin_name>.py file in the plugins folder (anjani/custom_plugins/).

Then create a Sub Class that inherited the plugin.Plugin import from from anjani import plugin.
After that give your subclass a class variable named name with the plugin name unless the plugin name will be "Unnamed".

from anjani import plugin

class ExamplePlugin(plugin.Plugin):
    name = "Example"

For more information about Class you can read about Python classes

Be sure to create a pull request if you already created a Custom Plugin! We grow together.

Adding a Command Handler To The Plugin

If you are not fan of annotating your code you simply don't need to import anything to register the command,
you just need to create a Coroutine function name that starts with cmd_[name] and takes 2 parameters,
self refers to the SubClass you create and ctx refers to ~command.Context.

    async def cmd_example(self, ctx):
        return "My own custom Plugins!"

Then the command for interacting with the bot will be /example
and it will respond you message with text the return of that function My own custom Plugins!.

Things to Remember!

~Anjani Command Handler returns 2 positional arguments:

  1. self The instance of the Sub Plugin Class
  2. ctx The instance of ~anjani.command.Context that constructed for every command the bot received.

If you want to use or interact with the ~pyrogram.Client you can use as example below here.

from anjani import command, plugin

class ExamplePlugin(plugin.Plugin):
    name = "Example Plugin"

    async def cmd_test(self, ctx: command.Context) -> None:
        await, "Hii...")
        # == ~Anjani
        # == ~pyrogram.Client
        # This method is must instead of importing the client itself.

*Read more about plugin attributes & method.