Teamspeak3 <-> Discord Voice Bridge
Requires your own discord bot token.
This software is in an MVP status, use at your own risk, like always.
get rust compiler with cargo
cargo build --release
.exe/elf is inside target/release/
You can also run
cargo run --release instead to directly build & execute the resulting binary.
The default release build is heavily optimized, using native target-cpu instructions and LTO. You can disable LTO in the Cargo.toml under
[profile.release], which can reduce the build time by a lot. And you can disable the target-cpu flags in
Setup your credentials inside .credentials.toml by copying credentials.example.toml
Then join a voice channel in discord, type ~join in a text channel the bot can access. The teamspeak side should already be connected based on your config.
To enable backtrace you can set the
RUST_BACKTRACE environment variable like so:
On linux run with
RUST_BACKTRACE=1 cargo run --release)
On windows execute
$Env:RUST_BACKTRACE='1' in your powershell (I recommend windows terminal). Then run the binary from there, see above.
Logging can be controlled via
RUST_LOG=<value> environment variable with
<value> being one of error, warn, info, debug, trace. See above for setting it.
voice_bridge is primarily distributed under the terms of the AGPL license (Version 3.0). Libraries specified by the cargo.toml and code annotated otherwise is copyright by their respective authors.
See LICENSE-AGPL details.