Lux is a command-line interface for controlling and monitoring Govee lighting strips built in Go.

Overview

What is Lux?

Lux is a command-line interface for controlling and monitoring Govee lighting strips built in Go. Lux provides it's users with the ability to manage their lighting strips from their desktop computer from any network with an internet connection.

Installation

Currently, to install Lux, you must download the source and compile it your self. After releases are made, we will provide & host various executables.

Commands

  • lux devices

    Lists the devices registered on the user's account

  • lux query 0

    Returns data about the state of a device

  • lux turn 0 on

    Turn a device on or off

  • lux brightness 0 100

    Alter the brightness of a device

  • lux color 0 #0067f4

    Alter the color of a device

  • lux help

    Lists a list of commands and information about the CLI

Contributing

Looking to contribute to Lux? That's great! There are a couple of ways to help out. Translations, bug reports and pull requests are all greatly appreciated. Please refer to our contributing guidelines to get started.

License

Lux
Copyright © 2021 BanDev

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/

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  • lux color command entered as show in example gives error

    lux color command entered as show in example gives error "Not enough arguments required"

    For a device that returns the following information with the lux devices complex:

    DEVICE 0
      MAC Address:    E1:18:D4:AD:FC:32:23:92
      Model:          H6008
      Name:           East bulb
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
      Retrievable:    [✓ Yes]
      Commands:       turn, brightness, color, colorTem
    

    This error is given following the shown command:

    lux color 0 #ff0000
    Not enough arguments required. E.g. lux color 0 #0067f4
    

    The command used is taken right from the examples shown after lux help.

    I can't determine any error on my part, and other commands such as lux turn 0 on/off and lux brightness 0/00 works as expected.

    lux help
    Welcome to Lux!
    Lux v1.1.0
    

    Is there something I'm missing?

    bug 
    opened by BeauBreeden 6
  • Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.4 to 2.3.5

    Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.4 to 2.3.5

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  • Recode for v2.0.0 release using cobra

    Recode for v2.0.0 release using cobra

    • [x] Brightness command
    • [x] Color command
    • [x] Devices command
    • [x] Help command
    • [x] Query command
    • [x] Setup command
    • [x] Turn command

    Also

    • [x] Add version command
    v2.0.0 
    opened by jackdevey 1
  • `lux devices`, `lux devices complex`, and `lux devices simple` commands have same output

    `lux devices`, `lux devices complex`, and `lux devices simple` commands have same output

    I noticed when trying to get some additional information about each of my devices that the lux devices... commands all output the same information. See below for the output of all three commands on my installation.

    PS C:\Users\Beau> lux devices
    DEVICE 0
      Name:           East bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 1
      Name:           Bedroom B
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 2
      Name:           Bedroom A
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 3
      Name:           North bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 4
      Name:           South-east bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 5
      Name:           South-west bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    PS C:\Users\Beau> # lux devices complex output
    
    PS C:\Users\Beau> lux devices complex
    DEVICE 0
      Name:           East bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 1
      Name:           Bedroom B
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 2
      Name:           Bedroom A
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 3
      Name:           North bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 4
      Name:           South-east bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 5
      Name:           South-west bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    PS C:\Users\Beau> # lux devices simple output
    
    PS C:\Users\Beau> lux devices simple
    DEVICE 0
      Name:           East bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 1
      Name:           Bedroom B
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 2
      Name:           Bedroom A
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 3
      Name:           North bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 4
      Name:           South-east bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    DEVICE 5
      Name:           South-west bulb
      Model:          H6008
      Controllable:   [✓ Yes]
    

    I don't believe this is the intended output for these commands, except for perhaps the "simple" version. If this is a work-in-progress feature that hasn't been fully implemented and I missed where that was noted, please accept my apologies.

    Lux instance info:

      logged in       [✓ Yes]
      description     Lux is a cli for controlling and monitoring Govee lighting strips
      build           v1.1.1 (x64)
      license         GPL-3.0
      repository      https://github.com/bandev/lux
      up to date      [✓ Yes]
    
    opened by BeauBreeden 1
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  • Update workflow dependencies

    Update workflow dependencies

    • Updates actions/checkout to v3 from v2.
    • Updates actions/setup-go to v3 from v2.
    • Removes the hardcoded Go version so the workflow can now always build on the latest stable version of Go.
    • Add 'Lux' to command name to clarify what the last section of the workflow is doing.
    opened by russellbanks 1
  • Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.4

    Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.4

    Bumps github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.4.

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    v2.3.4

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    Full Changelog: https://github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/compare/v2.3.3...v2.3.4

    v2.3.3

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    Commits
    • 459523e Add terminal.Cursor error handling on Windows (#414)
    • 6cbb195 Fix Survey output on Windows (#413)
    • c07023a Skip vi-dependent tests when there is no vi in PATH (#397)
    • 099a968 Fix multiple validator inconsistency (#401)
    • 1b28f27 fix: ensure terminal has required read settings in non-canonical mode (#409)
    • bcabe24 Stricter error handling in tests (#404)
    • 3cabaff Drop proprietary runner dependency in favor of go tooling (#403)
    • a8912d0 fix: error message for MinItems validator (#389)
    • 13bc976 Reconfigure CI to test on all branches (#374)
    • 82fd306 :fire: Gopkg files (#376)
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  • Should our first chocolatey release be v1.1.0?

    Should our first chocolatey release be v1.1.0?

    Should our first chocolatey release be v1.1.0, do you think?

    Originally posted by @russellbanks in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/issues/16#issuecomment-975892632

    v1.1.0 
    opened by jackdevey 1
  • Add setup command

    Add setup command

    Add setup command

    Provides the user with a better way to access their Govee account through lux.

    Merge Checklist

    • [x] Follows lux design guidelines (Github Primer)
    • [x] API Key is stored
    • [x] API Key is checked before storage
    • [x] Shows a warning when a user is already authenticated
    • [ ] Key setup tutorial page live
    • [x] Command has been added to bandev.uk api

    Design

    Implements major design queues from Github Cli Guidelines & AlecAivazis/survey

    The user is asked if they have an API Key

    image

    If they have one, they are prompted to enter it

    image

    Otherwise, they are prompted to follow a tutorial detailing how to create one

    image

    enhancement Checklist 
    opened by jackdevey 1
  • Add WinGet Releaser

    Add WinGet Releaser

    This pull request adds a workflow that automatically publishes Lux to WinGet every release. Please do not merge this pull request without reading the below and making the required changes (The token part is the important bit) :)

    • runs-on: windows-latest

    The WinGet Releaser action can only run on Windows.


    • identifier: JackDevey.Lux

    This is the identifier for Lux on Winget. It will use this to find Lux's current package on WinGet.


    • installers-regex: '\.exe$'

    This will make all .exe files in the assets of the latest Lux release to be included in the pull request (The x64 and x86 variation of Lux).


    • delete-previous-version: 'true'

    This is optional, and you are welcome to change this to false (or omit it; the default is false). This will essentially overwrite the previous version on WinGet packages, so that only this new version is stored on WinGet.


    • token: ${{ secrets.WINGET_TOKEN }}

    This is the bit that will require action from yourself. This is a GitHub token with which the action will authenticate with GitHub and create a pull request on the winget-pkgs repository.

    To do this, you will need to:

    1. Create a Personal Access Token (PAT) with public_repo scope on your GitHub account. image

    2. Create a repository secret containing the token. Super important: call this token: WINGET_TOKEN. See using encrypted secrets in a workflow for more details.


    Finally, make sure you have a fork of winget-pkgs on your GitHub account. Please do not delete the fork after a pull request has been merged as the action will use that fork for making a branch and merging it with the upstream winget-pkgs repository on every Lux release.

    The above is made on the assumption that the account that the token is from (and the fork is present) is @jackdevey. If you would like this to be done by another account, the token would have to be from the different user and an extra line would have to be added: fork-user: # Username of other user (this defaults to the repository owner, which is why it doesn't have to be added)

    If you would like to read about this action further, the documentation is here and the source code is here.

    If you are interested in what a pull request made by this action looks like, here is one from my account: #61982 on winget-pkgs.

    opened by russellbanks 0
  • Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.4 to 2.3.6

    Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.4 to 2.3.6

    Bumps github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.4 to 2.3.6.

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    • 55474c3 Add a RemoveSelectAll and RemoveSelectNone config to multi-select (#439)
    • e47352f Fix README formatting for select descriptions (#426)
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    • 93657ef Enable compilation under Go 1.18 (#417)
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  • H6163 ignores all commands despite success response

    H6163 ignores all commands despite success response

    Describe the bug A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Send any command aside from query to an H6163 light strip
    2. It will display "success" but not actually change

    Expected behavior The requested change is carried out.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: Windows 10

    Additional context Example of command being carried out attached. I don't know what logs or other information is required to fix this, but I'm happy to provide whatever info I can. Thanks!

    C:\Users\Leet>lux query 0
    QUERY 0
      Device:         [removed MAC address]
      Model:          H6163
      Online:         [✗ No]
      Power:          [✓ Yes]
      Brightness:     10%
      Colour:         #000000
    
    C:\Users\Leet>lux turn 0 off
    TURN 0 OFF
      power           [✗ No]
      transaction     Success
    
    C:\Users\Leet>lux query 0
    QUERY 0
      Device:         [removed MAC address]
      Model:          H6163
      Online:         [✗ No]
      Power:          [✓ Yes]
      Brightness:     10%
      Colour:         #000000
    
    bug good first issue 
    opened by leetfin 2
Releases(v1.1.1)
  • v1.1.1(Apr 16, 2022)

    What's Changed

    • Bump github.com/AlecAivazis/survey/v2 from 2.3.2 to 2.3.4 by @dependabot in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/26
    • Remove need for leading # on colour codes by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/28

    New Contributors

    • @dependabot made their first contribution in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/26

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/compare/v1.1.0...v1.1.1

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  • v1.1.0(Nov 22, 2021)

    What's Changed

    • Address all devices by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/10
    • Update Getting Started URL by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/11
    • Create CODEOWNERS file by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/12
    • Update install instructions by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/14
    • Fix Codacy Issues by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/17
    • Create dependabot.yml by @russellbanks in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/18
    • Update CODEOWNERS by @russellbanks in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/19
    • Delete Python Scripts for ReadMe by @russellbanks in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/20
    • Final changes for v1.1.0 by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/16

    New Contributors

    • @russellbanks made their first contribution in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/18

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/compare/v1.0.0...v1.1.0

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  • v1.0.0(Aug 25, 2021)

    What's Changed

    • Add help command by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/4
    • Add write functions by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/5
    • Add setup command by @jackdevey in https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/pull/7

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/BanDev/Lux/commits/v1.0.0

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