The Latency Tester firmware uses the CooCox CoIDE for development along with the gcc-arm-embedded toolchain. The ST-Link/V2 is the cheapest way to load firmware onto a Latency Tester board, though any SWD compatible programmer should work. You can follow these steps to set up a build environment and load firmware onto the board.
Looks like Apache license for the firmware.
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