Where is config.json in HomeKit Bridge?

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Sun Oct 07, 2018 2:01 pm
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Where is config.json in HomeKit Bridge?

Whilst moving from native homebridge with the homebridge-indigo plugin to HomeKit Bridge, I can no longer find the active config.json file that was in ~/.homebridge/

Sure, I can print out its contents from the Advanced Plugin Actions option from the Plugin, but I want to be able to add additional platforms and accessories to the config.json file as not everything I own works with the Indigo+HomeKit Bridge combination and so I need to edit this file.

I also need to edit this file as the HomeKit Bridge plugin is using CPU to the extent that it is crashing Indigo and I need to know what is causing this.

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Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:34 pm
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Re: Where is config.json in HomeKit Bridge?

In this directory, you'll find a configuration directory for each HomeKit Bridge device, named by their device IDs, with config.json, log files, and caches:
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/Library/Application Support/Perceptive Automation/Indigo 7.2/Preferences/Plugins/com.eps.indigoplugin.homekit-bridge/

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Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:06 am
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Re: Where is config.json in HomeKit Bridge?

But don't bother changing it because it is rebuilt every time the server restarts. What do you want to do with the config.json?

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HomeKit Bridge | Device Extensions | Security Manager | LCD Creator | Room-O-Matic | Smart Dimmer | Scene Toggle | Powermiser | Homebridge Buddy

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