HomeKit accessory that allows you to sleep/wake your Mac's display.
HomeKit accessory that allows you to sleep/wake your Mac’s display.
$ pipx install HomeKit-DisplaySwitch
(You don’t need to use pipx, but that keeps this application isolated from the rest of your system).:
This starts the server, and shows you the QRCode that you may use to add your Mac to HomeKit.
After pairing, you will want to stop the server (Ctrl-C), and then:
This will create the entry in ~/Library/LaunchAgents to ensure that this program starts whenever you log in.
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