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h1. Installation Guide


h3. System requirements requirements:

MicroTESK is a set of Java-based utilities that are run from the command line. It can be used on *_Windows, Linux and OS X_* machines that have *_JDK 1.6 or later_* installed. To build MicroTESK from source code or to build generated Java models, *_Apache Ant version 1.8_ or later* is required. To generate test data based on constraints, MicroTESK needs *_Microsoft Research Z3_* that can work under the corresponding operating system.

h3. Installation steps steps:

# Download and unpack the MicroTESK installation package (the .tar.gz file) to your computer.
# Download and install constraint solver tools to the <installation folder>/tools folder.
Open your console terminal and set the <installation folder>/bin as the working directory.
# Now you can run the (or .bat) script to create a microprocessor model and the (or .bat) script to generate test for this model.

h3. Installation folder structure structure:

The MicroTESK installation folder contains the following subfolders:

# _arch_ Examples of microprocessor specifications and test templates for the described designs.
# _bin_ Scripts to run features of MicroTESK (modelling and test generation).
# _doc_ Documentation on MicroTESK and nML/Sim-nML.
# _libs_ JAR files and Ruby scripts to perform modelling and test generation tasks.
# _output_ Generated Java models of the specified microprocessor designs.

h3. Running MicroTESK