No I didn't. But after you mentioned that, I saw that the script threw the exception exactly where the gradle build file was looking for the engine jars. As a gradle noob, I wasn't expecting that kind of behaviour. The gradle build files that I have run till now have downloaded everything and built everything, including yours, pspeed, such as lemur, zay-es, and all the other simsilica friends, which has been enormously convenient.
Great idea. I see that the readme appears in the browser as a mini wiki. That would help a lot of people ... people like me. Maybe copy and paste some of the info in this thread.
That was the exact first thing I tried. But NB gave an error message saying that configuration files and/or dependencies were missing. I have built NB modules before, but this one didn't want to work. So I tried to build the whole SDK into NBMs, but it freaked out ... as I said above.
Looks like Linux stuff to me ... I'm using Windows 10. The gradle build process also accused not finding bash, which to me looks to be Linux flavour.
I think this may have been the bit I missed, as pspeed hinted. But it was not obvious to me.
I tried this, copying the jar over to NB 8.2 and overwriting the older version jar file. But I could not get it to show the newer updates to the LAF ... as advertised.
Thank you for doing that. I appreciate this so much.
I'm going to download the NBM file now. I will report back on any successes.
The NBM file installed "sweet as candy".
Thank you for the assistance.