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How to export a matlab/simulink model to FMU

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Hello everyone,
I have downloaded this "bouncing ball" simulink model from this page https://es.mathworks.com/help/simulink/slref/simulation-of-a-bouncing-ball.html (image below).
Now, I want to export it to FMU.
2 doubts:
-Is there any way of doing it via the simulink itself, clicking on tabs/options? I cannot find the option of exporting to FMU in the tabs of simulink.
-In the other hand, is there also any way of doing it via code with Python? I know that it can be done via Python with OpenModelica models. Is also possible to do it with simulink models?
Thanks a lot in advance,
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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 12 Jan 2024
Moved: madhan ravi on 26 Jan 2024

In the first link I shared it clearly states the requirements:

Jon
Jon on 22 Jan 2024
Moved: madhan ravi on 26 Jan 2024
Thank you a lot,
I export to FMU in both ways: via the options of the bar save>export to standalone FMU and via code
In both cases, it gives me a scope to check the simulaion and the following error (images below):
What does that error mean and what is it preventing me from doing exactly?
Also, where is the .fmu file? I cannot find it
Thank you a lot in advance,

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Jon
Jon on 26 Jan 2024
Edited: Jon on 26 Jan 2024
SOLVED
I think that this issue of "Error using ScriptParaFMU
Toolchain 'LCC-win64 v2.4.1 | gmake ...... etc"
Is the reason why the .fmu file is not formed.
This exact same issue is asked here, and I solved it installing MATLAB Support for MinGW-w64 C/C++/Fortran Compiler from here and also installing (just in case) Microsoft Visual c++ on my computer. After that, no error occurs and the .fmu file is formed perfectly.
I have a Windows 10 x64 by the way

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