| Steep Compiler |
Last Modified: 2009-11-04
The "steep" compiler translates a TEA file you wrote into virtual machine's specific instructions (opcodes). Compiling a TEA file generates a ".cup" file that gets placed in the aObject subdirectory of the acroname directory. The resulting CUP file is what gets loaded onto a BrainStem using the aConsole application.
steep can be invoked from within the aConsole application or stand-alone on a command line.
Steep process flow.
Detailed information about how to use the steep compiler can be found within the BrainStem Reference manual.
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