xBIM PropertySets is part of the xBIM Toolkit that implements buildingSMART schema for property and quantity sets. It can be used to load the descriptive data about properties and/or
quantities and create real properties and quantities based on these definitions. This library implements Ifc2x3 and IFC4.
Install-Package Xbim.PropertySets -Version 4.0.1
dotnet add package Xbim.PropertySets --version 4.0.1
<PackageReference Include="Xbim.PropertySets" Version="4.0.1" />
paket add Xbim.PropertySets --version 4.0.1
Now targeting .Net platform v40 and producing a signed dll.
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NuGet packages (3)
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xBIM Exchanger is a library enabling file exchange between IFC and COBie, COBieLite[UK] and DPoW Supports multiple serialisation formats, including XML, JSON, STEP and native Excel / xslx.
xBIM Scripting contains the first release of the xBIMQL, BIM query and scripting Language. xBIM is an Open Source Toolkit for developing IFC based applications (BuildingSmart Data model). It provides full support for reading and writing geometry, topology and data in accordance with the Ifc2x3 schema. xBIM reads and writes Ifc, IfcXMl and IfcZip formats. The xBIM project provides packages to convert IFC models to COBie spreadsheets in both UK and US cultures as well as a range of 3D viewing controls for use with Windows forms, WPF, WEBGL and OpenGL platforms. IOS and Android versions are under development.
XbimTeam have changed the approach to the Nuget packages ID. Xbim.PropertySets.4 has been discontinued, but an alternative is available; the alternative package is called "Xbim.PropertySets". To install it, you can proceed as follows: Case 1: If you want to install Xbim.PropertySets support from scratch in your solution. Search and install the "Xbim.PropertySets" package instead. Case 2: If you have already installed this version. Issue the following command in the Package Manager Console window: Uninstall-Package Xbim.PropertySets.4 –Force Afterwards you should still have Xbim.PropertySets package in your solution. You can safely delete this file and the XbimUpdate folder in your solution.
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