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custom_component to update custom_components



No more updates are added to this component, use this instead:
https://github.com/custom-components/custom_updater



A component which allows you to update your custom_components automatically and monitor their versions from the UI. It exposes three services: custom_components.download_single, custom_components.update_all, custom_components.update_single and custom_components.check_all.

To get the best use for this component, use together with tracker-card\

⚠️ For now this wil ONLY work if your components if from https://github.com/custom-components

Installation

To get started put /custom_components/custom_components.py
here: <config directory>/custom_components/custom_components.py

Example

In your configuration.yaml:

custom_components:

Debug logging

In your configuration.yaml

logger:
  default: warn
  logs:
    custom_components.custom_components: debug

Update single component

You can update a single component by passing which component you want to update to the custom_components.update_single service.

From dev-service

Service: custom_components.update_single

Service Data:

{
  "component":"sensor.authenticated"
}

Service: custom_components.download_single

Service Data:

{
  "component":"sensor.authenticated"
}
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