To run a single gcode file: `gdmux -arm /dev/ttyStaubli [gcode file]`
To run a launch the web interface: `gdmux -arm /dev/ttyStaubli -http :8002`
Since this will mainly be running on Linux, we just deal with the serial ports as files.
It's up to the user to set them up with the correct parameters (baudrate, stop bits, parity, etc.) using `stty`.
This keeps things nice and simple.
For the Go parts, everything should work with `go get`. Run `go get github.com/LHSRobotics/gdmux/cmd/gdmux` and gdmux will be installed in your Go bin directory.
For the V+ parts, refer to your trustly V+ manual.
To test the command and packages, run `go test ./...`.
Gcode interpreter and demultiplexer, and a Go library for controlling the Staübli robotic arm at the London Hackspace.