github.com/24hours/go-steam/economy/inventory

This library implements Steam's protocol in Go to allow automation of different actions on Steam without running an actual Steam client.


License
BSD-3-Clause
Install
go get github.com/24hours/go-steam/economy/inventory

Documentation

Steam for Go

This library implements Steam's protocol to allow automation of different actions on Steam without running an actual Steam client. It is based on SteamKit2, a .NET library.

In addition, it contains APIs to Steam Community features, like trade offers and inventories.

Some of the currently implemented features:

  • Trading and trade offers, including inventories and notifications
  • Friend and group management
  • Chatting with friends
  • Persona states (online, offline, looking to trade, etc.)
  • SteamGuard
  • Team Fortress 2: Crafting, moving, naming and deleting items

If this is useful to you, there's also the go-steamapi package that wraps some of the official Steam Web API's types.

Installation

go get github.com/Philipp15b/go-steam

Usage

You can view the documentation with the godoc tool or online on godoc.org.

You should also take a look at the following sub-packages:

Updating go-steam to a new SteamKit version

To update go-steam to a new version of SteamKit, do the following:

go get code.google.com/p/goprotobuf/protoc-gen-go
git submodule init && git submodule update
cd generator
go run generator.go clean proto steamlang

Replace steamlang with steamlang:nodebug if you want to exclude the String() string methods for the generated SteamLanguage enums. They make debugging much easier, but do increase binary size a bit.

Make sure that $GOPATH/bin / protoc-gen-go is in your $PATH. You'll also need protoc, the protocol buffer compiler.

To compile the Steam Language files, you also need the .NET Framework on Windows or mono on other operating systems.

Apply the protocol changes where necessary.

License

Steam for Go is licensed under the New BSD License. More information can be found in LICENSE.txt.