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Support for issuing callbacks in response to Plex websocket updates.

Project description


Async library to react to events issued over Plex websockets.

Example use

import asyncio
import logging
from plexapi.server import PlexServer
from plexwebsocket import PlexWebsocket, SIGNAL_CONNECTION_STATE


baseurl = 'http://<PLEX_SERVER_IP>:32400'
token = '<YOUR_TOKEN_HERE>'
plex = PlexServer(baseurl, token)

def print_info(msgtype, data, error):
    if msgtype == SIGNAL_CONNECTION_STATE:
        print(f"State: {data} / Error: {error}")
        print(f"Data: {data}")

async def main():
    ws = PlexWebsocket(plex, print_info, subscriptions=["playing", "state"])
    await ws.listen()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()

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