Tim Gittos

I'm an Australian currently living in Austin, TX in the USA.

I currently earn a living programming, though I wouldn't call myself a programmer. If I had to attach a label to myself, I'd use the term autodidact.

I love learning, and my favorite things to learn about are programming, computer graphics, AI & machine learning, robotics, painting and creativity.


Last updated on 19 Feb 2010

A library for connecting a .NET based bot to the Starcraft Brood War API http://code.google.com/p/bwapi/. Contains source for the BWAPI socket communication dll and the .NET proxy bot.

Available from Github.

Created for use with the EIS Starcraft AI competition http://eis.ucsc.edu/StarCraftAICompetition

Based on http://breakablec.redirectme.net/svn/repos/trunk/StarProxyBot_net/ which is based on http://eis.ucsc.edu/StarCraftRemote

Getting Started

This library is intended to aid an external, .NET based AI bot to connect to the BWAPI socket. To get started, create a new console application which will be the base for your AI agent. Add the ProxyBotLib project to the solution, and add to the console application a reference to ProxyBotLib. There is a sample agent in ProxyBotLib.Tests that you should move to the console application. Create an instance of the agent, and create an instance of the ProxyBot, passing the agent to the constructor of the ProxyBot.


public static void Main(System.String[] args)
    StarCraftAgent agent = new StarCraftAgent();
    ProxyBot proxyBot = new ProxyBot(agent);

    catch (SocketException e)
    catch (System.Exception e)