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The Gondor Library enables users of the Ruby language (on the MRI, JRuby
or IronRuby)
to quickly implement agents for all kinds of situations (for example
game AI, or
stock market modeling), while focusing on the task at hand, instead of
writing a
full agent simulation.

It is currently fully implemented in Ruby itself, with no outside
dependencies.

=Installation and Usage

gem install gondorlibrary

require “rubygems”
require “gondor”

braveheart = Gondor::AI:Entity.new(“William Wallace”)
braveheart.killed_english_men 100
braveheart.update_killed_english_men 50
puts braveheart.killed_english_men

Get the source:

svn checkout http://gondorlibrary.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
gondorlibrary-read-only

=About
Milestone 1 (Version 0.1.0) contains a very basic, but working Entity
system, featuring message sending, queues, and flexible entity creation.

=Features

  • Entity attributes, that can be changed over time, and can be
    arbitrarily defined at runtime (either at the first call, or
    beforehand).
  • Simple message queuing and retrieval (nothing more implemented yet).

=The Near Future
GL will receive its own language (a DSL, I guess), to create rules and
messages for the entities, to make use as easy as possible.

= Online

My apologies for not catching the syntax error in my Rakefile. :frowning:

Phillip G. wrote:

svn checkout http://gondorlibrary.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ gondorlibrary-read-only
GL will receive its own language (a DSL, I guess), to create rules and messages for the entities, to make use as easy as possible.

= Online


Phillip G.
Twitter: twitter.com/cynicalryan

  • You know you’ve been hacking too long when…
    …you’re writing a homework assignment, and get to the end of the line
    in the middle of a sentence, tack on a ‘’,
    and continue writing on the next line.

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