For Software Inc. I decided to learn a bit about implementing AI, so I read a couple of paragraphs, got impatient and started coding stuff, because I am not smart and, apparently, I like messing things up I could’ve otherwise avoided by just studying a bit.
Normally when I implement AI I end up with a 1000 lines of IF-THEN-ELSE and switch case statements. Behavior trees seemed like a cool alternative, so I went looking for implementations, because when it comes to programming, NEVER reinvent the wheel, so after seeing something to the tune of “200$”, I decided to reinvent the wheel… Poorly… And share it with you, of course, for free(Requires .NET 4.5, only works with C# files, simply select a cs file and the program will generate two new partial classes, one of which (class.impl.cs) contains the methods you need to fill in. It will not overwrite previous state methods when you export on top of it. BACKUP BEFORE USING).
So I made a small application in which I can visually draw states and connect them, and when I am done, I simply choose a C# file with my class in and it will generate all the method stubs and the code to generate the behavior tree, as seen in the picture below.