homebridge-legacy-plugins - Legacy plugins for Homebridge: https://github.com/nfarina/homebridge

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This repository contains all the plugins that were previously bundled in the main homebridge repository. These should all be moved to separate repositories owned by their original creators/maintainers. As authors of the legacy accessories and platforms create new standalone plugins, we'll be removing them from this legacy package.

https://github.com/nfarina/homebridge-legacy-plugins

Dependencies:

ad2usb : git+https://github.com/alistairg/node-ad2usb.git#local
carwingsjs : 0.0.x
debug : ^2.2.0
eibd : ^0.3.1
elkington : kevinohara80/elkington
komponist : 0.1.0
lifx : git+https://github.com/magicmonkey/lifxjs.git
lifx-api : ^1.0.1
request : 2.49.x
telldus-live : ^0.2.1
xml2js : 0.4.x

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