py_trees repository

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/splintered-reality/py_trees.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version release/0.6.x
Last Updated 2019-02-27
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Packages

Name Version
py_trees 0.6.8

README

Py Trees

This is a python implementation of behaviour trees designed to facilitate the rapid development of medium sized decision making engines for use in fields like robotics. Brief feature list:

  • Sequence, Selector, Parallel and Chooser composites
  • Blackboards for data sharing
  • Python generators for smarter ticking over the tree graph
  • Python decorators for enabling meta behaviours
  • Render trees to dot graphs or visualise with ascii graphs on stdout

Detailed api reference and demo instructions can be found in the sphinx documentation for the package. There is also the py_trees_ros package which includes additional modules and documentation for using py_trees with ROS.

Sources, Builds & Docs

Devel Melodic Kinetic
devel-Sources 0.6.x-Sources 0.5.x-Sources
devel-Status melodic-Status kinetic-Status
devel-Docs 0.6.x-Docs 0.5.x-Docs

Getting Started

Installation

From ppa on Ubuntu/Xenial

sudo apt install python-py-trees

From pypi:

pip install py_trees

Or in a sandboxed ROS Kinetic environment (coming soon):

sudo apt install ros-kinetic-py-trees

Development

You can develop in either a virtualenv (python style):

# python 2
source ./virtualenv.bash
# python 3
source ./virtualenv3.bash

or in a catkin environment alongside other ROS py-trees packages:

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/splintered-reality/py_trees.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version release/0.5.x
Last Updated 2019-02-27
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Packages

Name Version
py_trees 0.5.12

README

Py Trees

This is a python implementation of behaviour trees designed to facilitate the rapid development of medium sized decision making engines for use in fields like robotics. Brief feature list:

  • Sequence, Selector, Parallel and Chooser composites
  • Blackboards for data sharing
  • Python generators for smarter ticking over the tree graph
  • Python decorators for enabling meta behaviours
  • Render trees to dot graphs or visualise with ascii graphs on stdout

Detailed api reference and demo instructions can be found in the sphinx documentation for the package. There is also the py_trees_ros package which includes additional modules and documentation for using py_trees with ROS.

Sources, Builds & Docs

Devel Kinetic Indigo
devel-Sources 0.5.x-Sources 0.4.x-Sources
devel-Status kinetic-Status
devel-Docs 0.5.x-Docs

Getting Started

Installation

From ppa on Ubuntu/Xenial

sudo apt install python-py-trees

From pypi:

pip install py_trees

Or in a sandboxed ROS Kinetic environment (coming soon):

sudo apt install ros-kinetic-py-trees

Development

You can develop in either a virtualenv (python style):

source ./virtualenv.bash

or in a catkin environment alongside other ROS py-trees packages:

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/splintered-reality/py_trees.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version 0.3-indigo
Last Updated 2016-08-25
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released UNRELEASED

Packages

Name Version
py_trees 0.3.0
py_trees_suite 0.3.0

README

Py Trees Suite

Release License

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