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TRiBot CLI Rollout

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This thread will outline the upcoming TRiBot CLI Rollout:

Soon the TRiBot jar will support command-line arguments, this is a long requested feature that we have previously failed to provide for our users. The reason this feature has never been provided is because it changes much of the core systems and has previously been a daunting task to get through all the phases of software development. In order to alleviate this, these features will be released in the phases outlined below.


We understand that Phase 1 is unlikely to mirror many of the 3rd party command line tools for TRiBot. For this reason, I highly encourage users who develop these custom 3rd party launchers to contact me (preferably on discord) so that you can continue to develop your loader with these changes. Our final goal however is that 3rd party tools will be obsolete once all four phases are completed. If we are missing any features you were expecting please let us know!

Phase 1: (Released soon)

This phase will:

  • Remove old broken XML loading code
  • Replace all existing TRiBot arguments with command line arguments (EX: replace MEM256 with --mem 256)
  • Ensure that the TRiBot loader and client starter work the same as they currently do
  • A complete list of implemented API are as follows:
  1. --disablefwall
  2. --enablefwall
  3. --sid
  4. --mem
  5. --bootinfo
  6. --proxyhost
  7. --proxyusername
  8. --proxyport
  9. --proxypassword

Phase 2:

This phase in summary will add additional API features that allow the user to actually use command line arguments for bot-farm purposes. Included in this will be

  • Allowing the user to login via command line arguments
  • Script selection
  • Script arguments
  • Character Username/Password/Pin/World

Phase 3:

This phase in summary will add back configurable JSON or XML files to launch the client with all the above options.

Phase 4:

This phase in summary will support TRiBot botting tabs and adding individual proxies to tabs

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22 hours ago, Failed4life said:

I see in Phase 3 you will be adding back JSON and XML files, will you guys be including a way to quickly create cli args, or will we still have to rely on other sources for this? (e.g Google Drive Spreadsheet)

No we wont be adding any additional tools for this

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Hey Todd,
On phase 1 you specify "--bootinfo"

Does this mean it's possible to add the tribot login details for when the CLI launches?

I ask because for some reason my server always forgets my tribot login details after a reboot and the CLI i'm using at the moment doesn't work until I launch tribot manually and enter credentials then click login.

Alternatively, do you know where in the user directory the tribot login details are stored? Or do you know how to add an argument onto windows task schedueler to run login to tribot after I've just set a task to run it on reboot?

Any help much appreciated.

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22 hours ago, Naton said:

Phase 2 has already been released, you can visit this to see the arguments: https://help.tribot.org/support/solutions/articles/36000043771-how-to-use-cli-arguments-to-launch-tribot

If you would like a graphical interface for TRiBot's CLI, you can view the Graphical Client Starter linked in my signature

I just noticed! Awesome, thanks for the heads up. I do experience an error though.. I posted on it in the help section here, perhaps you can shed some light on the situation?

I'll check out your Graphical Client Starter too, but my goal is just to have a few .bat file execute in series to start up my full farm.

Thanks in advance :).

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