Getting to know a controller and its programming environment usually takes some time and the first tries are the hardest. Therefore, we summarize here some of the basic steps required to get an application program up and running. This covers installing the right compiler and RoBIOS libraries on a host PC and compiling, downloading, running, and debugging user application programs, as well as running some auxiliary tools. For further details, see the online documentation [Bräunl 2003].
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