The current version of KISS Platform supports the C, C++, Java, and Python languages and the KIPR Link robot controller.
Windows Vista, 7, 8 & 10: Download KISS Platform for Windows (5.2.2)
KIPR Link users should be sure to upgrade their firmware to 2.2.1 here
in order to download programs to their Link from KISS Platform 5.2.2.
Important information for Windows 8 users
Installing KISS IDE 5.0.0+ on Windows 8
- Boot into Windows 8 normally
- Make sure you are connected to the internet
- Plug in your KIPR Link via USB cable
- Turn on your KIPR Link
- Install KISS Platform 5.0.0+
You may need to download the Java JDK for your computer to use the java target, which can be found here:
Windows XP users can use the previous version: Download KISS Platform for Windows (5.1.2)
Double click on the .exe file to run the installer
It includes the driver required to use KISS IDE with the KIPR Link robot controller.
Important information for Windows XP users
KISS Platform 5.1.2 requires Windows XP with Service Pack 3 installed. If you have Windows XP and do not have Service Pack 3, you need to update your version of Windows XP.
There is a known bug with the Windows XP version of KISS Platform 5.1.2 which does not allow you to compile your code to the simulator. You can compile code to your Link controller, but not the simulator. This will be fixed in a future version.
Please note that archived versions are out of date and may cause unexpected errors. These versions are for specific situations only. If you have not been specifically asked by KIPR staff to install an archived version, the best bet is to install the latest release above.