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A library to work with OSRAM lightify.

Project Description
python-lightify
===============

Python module for OSRAM_ Lightify_
Based on work from Mikael Magnusson. (Github: mikma_)

Packaged up for pypi_ by Andreas Neumeier

It communicates with a Lightify gateway connected to the same LAN via
TCP port 4000 using a binary protocol.

This is a work in progress.

Usage
-----

pip install lightify

Example
-------

Turn on all lights connected to the gateway.

from lightify import Lightify

lightify = Lightify("Lightify-Hostname")
lightify.update_all_light_status()
lights = lightify.lights()
for light in lights.keys():
lights[light].set_onoff(True)

.. _OSRAM: http://www.osram.com
.. _Lightify: http://led.osram.de/lightify
.. _pypi: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/lightify/
.. _mikma: https://github.com/mikma/python-lightify
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