Commit ac343d0c authored by Tiziano Munaro's avatar Tiziano Munaro
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Add note regarding the OS compatibility of the co-simulation example

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Signed-off-by: Tiziano Munaro's avatarTiziano Munaro <>
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with AutoFOCUS3, OpenModelica and Overture
<b>Note:</b> The following example has been tested on <b>Windows</b> only. We are aware of a bug preventing the simulation of Overture FMUs with OpenModelica on Linux. macOS is not supported as of now.
The following example illustrates the co-simulation capabilities of AutoFOCUS 3 and shows how this feature can be leveraged for tool-interoperability.
To highlight the potential of the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standard, the following example considers a controlled inverted pendulum.
On the one hand, both the pendulum's dynamics and the PID controller are modeled using OpenModelica - a tool dedicated to the development of continuous systems.
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