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Async access to 1wire (asyncio,trio,curio)

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This library allows you to access 1wire buses with Python, using any async library (trio, asyncio, curio).

This code does not try to talk to any 1wire interface by itself; it uses TCP port 4304 (by default) to access one or more owservers.

Bus enumeration (when starting up, plus periodically in the background if desired) is automatic and can be turned off.

This code supports background polling, alerts, and simultaneous conversions. Bus couplers (DS2509) are handled transparently. Accessors to device attributes are created from device descriptors, read from owserver and augmented by device-specific classes when necessary.

The name of this library is (a) historic, (b) its main author strongly prefers Trio.

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