Yes that was an omission from me, you need to specify the port to make QTJSBSim work.
Hi Rex, Use option --root=/path/to/your/aircraft/data when running JSBSim stand alone. Note that it expects the aircraft data to be located in a directory named aircraft under the root you passed with --root option. Similarly the engine specifications must be located in a directory engine under the root. If you execute JSBSim with no options in a console, it will display the available options.
FGAtmoshpere properties with SI units
Hi Elia, I know your feature request dates back from one year ago and I apologize for the very long time it took to address your request. However I just wanted to let you know that a merge request is currently being processed that should address your concern. You can find the details on JSBSim repo on GitHub. If you still have some interest in JSBSim, you can clone the code and test it locally. Please report your feedback, if any, on GitHub. Thanks. Bertrand.
Use legacy JSBSim socket protocol
JSBSim provides UDP socket. No need to use a special socket type.
Fix of a bug that prevent data to be read from JSBSim UDP socket.