Groot is a Graphical Editor, written in C++ and Qt, to create BehaviorTrees.
It is compliant with the the library BehaviorTree.CPP.
In the following video you can see how the C++ library and the graphic user interface are used to design and monitor a Behavior Tree.
Dependencies, Installation, and Usage
To compile the project you need:
- CMake 3.2
- Qt5 (tested with version 5.5.1), including the SVG module.
On Ubuntu Xenial or later, you can install the dependencies with:
sudo apt-get install qtbase5-dev qtbase5-dev libqt5svg5-dev
Some functionalities of the code related to ROS will work only if the project is compiled with with catkin.
Compilation instructions (Linux)
git clone https://github.com/BehaviorTree/Groot.git cd Groot git submodule update --init --recursive mkdir build; cd build cmake .. make
Note compiling "in-source" is not allowed.
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MOOD2Be is one of the six Integrated Technical Projects (ITPs) selected from the RobMoSys first open call.
It received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the RobMoSys project.