Behavior trees in ruby

I know this isn’t really an announcement list, but this is my first ruby
library. I’d love to get some feedback on it.

Behavior trees are a concept for modeling behaviors as…well…trees.
The
leaf nodes interact with the environment, the interior nodes determine
what
leaf nodes to call. Pretty simple concept, really. I couldn’t find a
library
for fiddling with these in ruby, so I wrote one:
http://github.com/arwagner/rbtree

There’s also a blog post about it here:
http://www.nearinfinity.com/blogs/andrew_wagner/behavior_trees_in_ruby.html

Thanks for any feedback you might have!

On 10/23/2010 04:03 PM, Andrew W. wrote:

I know this isn’t really an announcement list, but this is my first ruby
library. I’d love to get some feedback on it.

AFAIK, the list welcomes this kind of post.

There’s going to be trouble with

gem install rbtree

since there is already a gem by that name.

Looks like a good idea, by whatever name.

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Am 24.10.2010 02:10, schrieb Joel VanderWerf:

On 10/23/2010 04:03 PM, Andrew W. wrote:

I know this isn’t really an announcement list, but this is my first ruby
library. I’d love to get some feedback on it.

AFAIK, the list welcomes this kind of post.

Definitely! But please put a “[ANN]” in your subject line next time so
it’s easier to judge wheather your mail is an announcement or a question
or whatever.

Vale,
Marvin
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