PyFMI for Python 3.x

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b510710
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PyFMI for Python 3.x

I know that neither PyFMI nor Assimulo is available for Python 3. That is no good since I already needed to decline FMI based projects where customer insisted on use of Python 3 that is used company-wide. Also PySimulator from DLR is only available for Python 2 as its FMU simulator plugins are based on Assimulo. What is the roadmap for porting PyFMI and Assimulo to Python 3? Actually I cannot imagine any technical difficulties except that one has to do it. But I am not a Cython expert so I might be wrong.

chria
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Hi, Assimulo (trunk) actually

Hi,

Assimulo (trunk) actually supports Python 3 so that is already taken care of. PyFMI would need to be fixed though and as you say there are (probably) not any technical difficulties to get it done, but It has to be fixed and at the moment I cannot give a time frame unfortunately.

 

Best

/Christian

 

krzysztofarendt
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Python 3 support for PyFMI

Hello,

Are they maybe any news regarding Python 3 support for PyFMI?

Thanks,
Krzysztof

chria
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Hi, The latest version of

Hi,

The latest version of PyFMI supports Python 3.

Best

/Christian

mthorade
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latests version on PyPI

Hi,

I noticed that the date "uploaded on" on PyPI

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyFMI

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Assimulo

is older than the release date of the latest JModelica.org release:

http://www.jmodelica.org/binary

Is the version on PyPI still the latest or should I install the version from the full JModelica.org release?

Thanks!

chria
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Hi,   For the latest updates

Hi,

 

For the latest updates regarding PyFMI/Assimulo I'd recommend using it from JModelica.org as we did not do a separate release of PyFMI/Assimulo this time.

 

Best

/Christian

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