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qqbot is a QQ robot implemented in python and based on Tencent SmartQQ protocol, which can run on Linux, Windows and Mac OSX platforms. During the startup process, the QR code picture will pop up automatically. You need to scan the code with the mobile QQ client and authorize the login. After the startup is successful, the current login information will be saved to the local file. When the next startup, you can enter: qqbot -q qq number , first try to restore the login information from the local file (no need to scan the code manually), only if the recovery fails Only when the login information is successful or the login information has expired will you need to scan the QR code to log in manually. Generally, saved login information will expire after 2 days. Under Linux, the gvfs-open or shotwell command is required in the system to automatically pop up the QR code image (generally, the system with the GNOME virtual file system gvfs installed will contain one of these two commands).


  • Monitor and collect QQ messages
  • Automatic message push
  • Chatbot features
  • Control your device remotely via QQ
  • Create your own QQ robot
  • You can embed expression keywords such as "/smile" in the message content to send expressions

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This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/qqbot.mirror/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.