|The Garcia TEAware||Index|
A Garcia robot uses a suite of TEA programs for implementing primitive behaviors and monitoring the robot's operation. These programs exist at a level between the hard-coded firmware in the robot's processors and the user-implemented software on a host machine. This is the "TEAware" level. This section describes some of the details of TEAware.
|NOTE:||TEAware is for experienced BrainStem programmers. If you are doing programming on a host computer using the C++ Garcia API, you can ignore most of this section of the reference.|
The TEAware source files may be found in the aGarcia subdirectory of the main brainstem folder of your Garcia download.
Along with TEAware details, this section of the Garcia reference also contains supplemental reference pages applicable to the BrainStem GP 2.0 Processor used in the Garcia.
See the online BrainStem Reference for in-depth information about TEA programming, BrainStem IO, and motion control with the Moto processor.