John,
 
I'll give them a test drive.
 
Jim
"John Murphy" <john@wyosip.com> wrote in message news:544d3f900603311254v622a37cdk51ae6b3e13fd24e6@mail.gmail.com...
I have updated the misterhouse versions of Connection.pm and Device.pm to support hubs, but I don't know that my implementation is all that great.  It works, and I'll share it if anyone is interested, but it just doesn't 'feel pretty' (tm). :)


On 3/31/06, Jim Duda <jim@duda.tzo.com> wrote:
I've recently purchased a bunch of one-wire sensors from hobby-boards.  I'm
in the process
of deploying temperature sensors through my house, using a star network from
the one-wire hub.

I'm looking at the iButton.pm code.

Can anyone tell me if iButtons.pm will work with a hub?  It doesn't look
like it does.

I have owfs (owfw.sourceforge.net) installed and it appears to work well
through the hubs.
Owfs has a perl interface to the owfserver using swig.  It's a very simple
interface.

I'm thinking of creating a companion owfs.pm to access the one-wire devices
through the
owfs code instead of the mh one-wire driver.

Does this make sense?    This would only be applicable to linux.

Maybe an xPL front-end to owfs might be better?

I 'm going out on a limb and thinking Gregg might prefer the xPL front-end
option.

Jim





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