For an integration repository to be valid it must meet the requirements below.
- There must only be one integration per repository, i.e. there can only be one subdirectory to
ROOT_OF_THE_REPO/custom_components/. If there are more than one, only the first one will be managed.
- All files required for the integration to run must be located inside the directory
Not OK example (1):
Not OK example (2):
if you have
content_in_root set to
hacs.json this is valid.
In your integration directory you must have a
manifest.json file, which must at least define these keys:
Check the official Home Assistant documentation for the values of those keys.
Home Assistant Brands
You must have added your integration to home-assistant/brands conform to the UI standards in Home Assistant.
GitHub releases (optional)
It is preferred but not required to publish releases in your repository.
If you publish releases in your repository, HACS will present the user with a nice selection view of the 5 latest releases together with the default branch when they are downloading or upgrading your integration.
If you don't publish releases in your repository, HACS will use the files in the branch marked as default.