The current version of KISS Platform supports the C, C++, and Java languages and the KIPR Link robot controller.
This version of KISS IDE supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
Download the .exe file and run the Windows installer.
It includes the driver required to use KISS IDE with the KIPR Link robot controller.
Important information for Windows 8 users
Installing KISS IDE 4.0.0+ on Windows 8
- Boot into Windows 8 normally
- Move mouse into top right corner and click on the search icon
a. Search for “Settings”
b. Click settings
c. Search for “General”
d. Click on General Settings
- Choose Advanced Startup
a.Click “Restart Now”
- Click “Troubleshoot”
- Click “Advanced Options”
- Click “Startup Settings”
- Click “Restart”
- Choose option 7
- Log in to windows 8
- Plug in your KIPR Link via USB cable
- Turn on your KIPR Link
- Install KISS IDE 4.0.0+
- Search for “Device Manager”
a. You should see “Gadget Serial v2.4”
b. Right click on “Gadget Serial v2.4” and choose update driver software
c. Then choose to search automatically
d. A low COM port is good (anything less than 100 should work fine)
You may need to download the Java JDK for your computer to use the java target, which can be found here:
Download 4.2.3 Beta Here For Advanced Users
4.2.3 Beta Notes
Here you can try out the latest features that will soon be heading your way! WARNING: KISS Platform 4.2.3 is NOT OFFICIALLY SUPPORTED by the KISS Institute yet. By downloading and installing this firmware you understand that there may be errors and bugs that you will most likely not be able to get resolved quickly. Once the new features are stable we will release a stable version for all users to upgrade their firmware. Please report any bugs to bugs.kipr.org.
In order to use KISS Platform 4.2.3 you MUST upgrade the KIPR Link Firmware to 1.9.8 Beta as well. You can do so here.