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Where to find Reference FMUs? #427

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modelica-trac-importer opened this Issue Oct 17, 2018 · 3 comments

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modelica-trac-importer commented Oct 17, 2018

Reported by Mihal Brumbulli on 14 Dec 2017 10:19 UTC
Greetings,

In document FMI_Cross_Check_Rules_v3.1_2015_07 page 7 (No 10 in the table) is stated:

"FMU importing tools must report on importing for all Reference FMUs available for the supported FMI Variant and supported platforms provided on the SVN server"

Searching on the public branch I couldn't find an entry marked as "Reference FMUs". Can someone point me to it?


Migrated-From: https://trac.fmi-standard.org/ticket/427

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modelica-trac-importer commented Oct 17, 2018

Comment by cbertsch on 14 Dec 2017 10:57 UTC
There are no reference FMUs publicly released yet.

There is a set of draft reference FMUs available within the FMI project on the internal git repository that have been created by Awad Mukbil and myself and have been presented in https://www.modelica.org/events/modelica2017/proceedings/html/submissions/ecp17132533_BertschMukbilJunghanns.pdf. (I will share them with you so that you can give feedback).

Once they have been reviewed and approved within the FMI Project they shall be made available publicly and included in the Cross Check repository.

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modelica-trac-importer commented Oct 17, 2018

Comment by Mihal Brumbulli on 14 Dec 2017 12:10 UTC
Thank you for the prompt reply!
It will be very helpful indeed to have access to some reference FMUs for testing our tool compliance.

For the time being, does it mean that, as stated in the same document, an import tool must report only on:
"...import at least 3 FMUs for at least one supported platform of at least 3 exporting
tools..." ?

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modelica-trac-importer commented Oct 17, 2018

Comment by cbertsch on 14 Dec 2017 13:37 UTC
Yes, you are right for the time being.

One prerequisite for the future release of the Reference FMUs is the availability for different platforms.
As our first reference FMUs are based on the FMU-SDK, in the past they were limited to Windows. But with the release of FMU-SDK 2.0.5 today (see http://www.qtronic.de/en/fmusdk.html), this is now extended to Linux und MAC-OS.
Thanks to QTronic!

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