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Digital control systems require sophisticated testing procedures before final implementation. Various procedures for rapid prototyping have been proposed. However, in many cases they focus on implementation into platforms that are different from the final target. In this paper, we focus on a testing procedure for micro-controller-based control where the real final target is adopted for software testing. The test is performed without real-time constraint so that it can be performed with conventional hardware available in any office desktop. At the same time, information about real-time execution is extracted, which is a significant advantage over simulation environments.