The #download directive works in conjunction with the compiler's built-in download capability. It lets you tell the compiler to download a specified auxiliary file in addition to the .rxe file produced from your source code. If the file extension matches a type of source code that the compiler knows how to compile (such as .rs or .nbc) then the compiler will first compile the source before downloading the resulting binary. The name of the file to download (and optionally compile) is enclosed in double quote characters immediately following this directive. If the compiler is only told to compile the original source code then the #download directive is ignored.
#download "myfile.rs" #download "mypicture.ric"