Current Version: 0.9
- New Expression System
- Version Info
- Targeting of bodies, getting stats
- Get values from other ships, just like current ship
- Send commands to chutes, legs and solar panels individually
- Round function to x decimals, modulo
- Setting values on structures
- Vectors now use double precision
- Get apoapsis and periapsis of a node
What is it
kOS is a scriptable autopilot Mod for Kerbal Space Program. It allows you write small programs that automate specific tasks.
With kOS, you can issue commands to your ships via a command line, or write programs to automate tasks. kOS can interact with other parts on your craft via action groups, it can also be set to run programs in response to action groups being fired.
kOS requires Kerbal Space Program 0.22 or later.
Where to get it
Download the latest version from Kerbal SpacePort
Go to the GitHub Page
Simply merge the contents of the zip file into your Kerbal Space Program folder.
Add the Compotronix SCS part to your vessel; it’s under the “Control” category in the Vehicle Assembly Building or Space Plane Hanger. After hitting launch, you can right-click on the part and select the “Open Terminal” option. This will give you access to the KerboScript interface where you can begin issuing commands and writing programs.
The SCS module requires some electric charge to operate. You can shut it off to save power by right-clicking it and using the "Toggle Power" option.
Some commands can be aborted, including programs that you have run. Simply open the terminal and hit control-c to break. This is useful if you accidentally write something that runs forever.
Readme page on GitHub - Contains full KerboScript manual
Dev blog - This will be the primary source for news about the mod.
Changelog - Details on each and every release, by popular demand
Community WIKI - created by norcalairman, maintained by Bizz Keryear
Video #1: Introduction
Video #2: Tips & Tricks
Video #3: 0.3 Update
Video #4: 0.4 Update
Video #5: 0.5 Update
This software is released under the GNU GPL version 3, 29 July 2007. View complete license on GitHub.