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    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    ?
    I am not logged in. Could that be a reason?
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    It should be public
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    screen shot please or I give up
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    Ah, ok. Then it's missing.
    You can log in with your Github account tho
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    not public then
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    I guess it's for protecting against misuse as a file share.
    can you see it when you're logged in?
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    it is not configurable?
    yes, can see it after log in
    any chance to also build a pdf version?
    Should we really handle modelica/fmi-standard#502 or just close as invalid?
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    It's possible to create a PDF but there are still some issues that need to be resolved. Maybe we should open a ticket for this.
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich

    It's possible to create a PDF but there are still some issues that need to be resolved. Maybe we should open a ticket for this.

    Yes, would be good.

    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    I'll create one
    Travis is now disabled for modelica/fmi-standard. CI runs in < 1 min w/ CircleCI :-)
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    1 min, wow
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    I wonder if modelica/fmi-standard#505 is an issue for the xc repo and additionally an enhancement for the FMU Compliance Checker.
    Christian Bertsch
    @chrbertsch
    As we currently use fmpy for compliance checking within the XC infrastructure, it would be an fmpy issue. We need a decision by the steering committee regarding the further usage of the FMU Compliance Checker and fmpy (will be discussed on Dec. 10th)
    Casper Thule
    @CThuleHansen
    Hi. I have been looking at this issue: modelica/fmi-standard#116. is there any way to follow the progress of the hybrid co-simulation group?
    Christian Bertsch
    @chrbertsch
    @CThuleHansen Do you have access to FMI-design on github? (Aarhus university has signed the CCLA). You can have a look a the working group folder. Additionally, please contact the working group leader, Andreas Pillekeit from dSpace. Do you have his email? Otherwise I will send it to you
    Casper Thule
    @CThuleHansen
    @chrbertsch thank you, I found it.
    Lars Ivar Hatledal
    @markaren
    Anyone here affiliated with the FMI Library or knows if it will be updated with FMI 3.0 support once released?
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    There was not any (public) update on https://github.com/svn2github/FMILibrary recently.
    But AFAIK, the https://github.com/modelica-tools/FMUComplianceChecker will be updated to FMI 3.0 already during the FMI 3.0 development process, which somehow means, also the FMILibrary requires to get updated.
    rahulsetia
    @rahulsetia
    Hi, Can anyone point me to the difference in PyFMI and FMPy. I am trying to adapt to this standard and just saw this difference, when I checked the website again...thanks
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    PyFMI is based on the FMI Library and uses an additional layer of C code to load the FMU's shared library. FMPy loads the shared library directly (using ctypes).
    Experimental support for FMI 3.0 is already available for FMPy: https://github.com/CATIA-Systems/FMPy/tree/feature/fmi3
    rahulsetia
    @rahulsetia
    Torsten, thanks for the info. I also notice that FMPy has GUI support which PyFMI does not. However, more importantly i could not find connections for co-simulation coupling in FMPy. Seems like FMpy is in early stage of development with limited features, but mentioning it on the downloads page of the standard is misleading especially if you are new to adopting the standard.
    Christian Bertsch
    @chrbertsch
    @rahulsetia, as an industrial user I do not agree with your conclusion. I consider fmpy especially well-suited for people of the standard (due to the simple, open-source implementation). Regarding coupled co-simulation FMUs, please have a look at https://github.com/CATIA-Systems/FMPy/tree/master/fmpy/ssp/examples using the coming SSP standard to describe the coupling.
    rahulsetia
    @rahulsetia
    @chrbertsch thanks for sharing more info. My mistake was that i only looked at the GUI capabilities and did not explore the command line. Wiil check it for my use case.
    zb2865493
    @zb2865493
    Hi all,
    I am currently using FMI2 to simulate an FMU in vs2015, when I want to call the fmi2CallbackLogger function, it said that a const char* type augment Component environment cannot be used to initialize callbackloger. But according to the specification, it should be fine to do the initialization using Null or a specific component environment. Anyone can help me with that?
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    @zb2865493 you might want to have a look at how the FMU SDK passes its logger callback to the FMU
    zb2865493
    @zb2865493
    Hi
    When I try to initialize an fmu, I found an error of the resource location.
    zb2865493
    @zb2865493
    In Specification, it said that the location should be wrote like file:///C:/temp/MyFMU/resources. But in the fmusdk source, it is like file://C:\QTronic\sales. When I try to use these two methods in vs2015, the first indicated an error LNK2019 while the second method indicated error LNK1120. Is there anyone can help me?
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    @zb2865493, please open an issue on https://github.com/qtronic/fmusdk/issues. This chat is for topics related to the FMI standard (not its implementations).
    Christian Bertsch
    @chrbertsch
    @zb2865493 ... or use Stackoverflow (tagged with FMI) https://www.google.com/search?q=StackOverflow+FMI&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b to ask the question.
    Thomas Beutlich
    @beutlich
    FYI, private GitHub repos are free, see https://blog.github.com/2019-01-07-new-year-new-github/
    rahulsetia
    @rahulsetia
    Hi, How do we specify the unit of time for co-simulation?
    Mihal Brumbulli
    @mbrumbulli
    Hi,
    I have noticed that the filtering functionality in the tools page of the FMI website does not work properly.
    There are tools (eg PragmaDev Studio) with supporting platforms that do not show when filters of said platforms are activated.
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    Can you please open an issue on https://github.com/modelica/fmi-standard.org/issues ?
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    To everyone taking part in the Steering Committee meeting today: please take a look at the agenda, especially the PRs: https://github.com/modelica/fmi-design/tree/master/Meetings/2019-07-10-FMI-Steering
    Andreas Lindhé
    @lindhe
    Hi there. I'm new to FMI/FMU and have never worked with anything similar. Since it's a bit outside of my domain, please excuse the rather trivial questions coming up! :)
    1. What's a common use-case for FMI/FMU? Could it be for example if I want to run a simulation to evaluate a new design for a robot? Or does it also have a use for when I operate the robot?
    2. Is there a server side component that I need to be aware of?
    3. From software development, I'm familiar with things like Docker image registry and NPM which can be used to share libraries or other programs. Is there anything like that for sharing FMU models?
    4. I assume simulations can be computationally intensive operations. Can I have a client on my laptop and run the simulation on a server/cluster elsewhere?
    Andreas Lindhé
    @lindhe
    Thanks in advance!
    Torsten Sommer
    @t-sommer
    Your question seems more related to simulation tools than FMI itself. Maybe you should start with picking a tool / library (e.g from https://fmi-standard.org/tools/). Most tools come with examples that showcase their capabilities.
    Christian Bertsch
    @chrbertsch

    @lindhe : Adding to Torstens's reply: FMI then comes into play when you want to exchange, co-simulate or deploy simulations models between different tools and simulations platforms.
    The Prostep Smart Systems Engneering project has published a simple video on the benefit of FMI: https://youtu.be/A-3iIot0fO8.
    Basic FMI papers/slides: FMI 1.0: The Functional Mock-up Interface for Tool independent Exchange of Simulation Models (Slides: PDF, PPT)https://svn.modelica.org/fmi/branches/public/docs/Modelica2011/The_Functional_Mockup_Interface.pdf , https://svn.modelica.org/fmi/branches/public/docs/Modelica2011/The_Functional_Mockup_Interface_paper.pdf
    FMI 2.0: https://svn.modelica.org/fmi/branches/public/docs/Modelica2012/ecp12076173_BlochwitzOtter.pdf

    A Tutorial can be found here: Gensim Workshop on Modelica and FMI https://github.com/ibpsa/project1/wiki/2016-10-24-gensim-agenda

    Andreas Lindhé
    @lindhe
    Thank you, I will check this out!