Options to be passed when creating the REST instance
The agent to set globally
The authorization prefix to use for requests, useful if you want to use bearer tokens
How many requests to allow sending per second (Infinity for unlimited, 50 for the standard global limit used by Discord)
The amount of time in milliseconds that passes between each hash sweep. (defaults to 1h)
The maximum amount of time a hash can exist in milliseconds without being hit with a request (defaults to 24h)
The amount of time in milliseconds that passes between each hash sweep. (defaults to 4h)
Additional headers to send for all API requests
The number of invalid REST requests (those that return 401, 403, or 429) in a 10 minute window between emitted warnings (0 for no warnings). That is, if set to 500, warnings will be emitted at invalid request number 500, 1000, 1500, and so on.
Determines how rate limiting and pre-emptive throttling should be handled. When an array of strings, each element is treated as a prefix for the request route (e.g.
/channels to match any route starting with
/channels such as
/channels/:id/messages) for which to throw RateLimitErrors. All other request routes will be queued normally
The number of retries for errors with the 500 code, or errors that timeout
Extra information to add to the user agent