ruby_home - Ruby HAP Server - HomeKit support for the Rubyist

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ruby_home is an implementation of the HomeKit Accessory Protocol (HAP) to create your own HomeKit accessory in Ruby. HomeKit is a set of protocols and libraries to access devices for home automation. A non-commercial version of the protocol documentation is available on the HomeKit developer website. At least version 1.0.9 is required.

https://github.com/karlentwistle/ruby_home

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