SEVERE: Uncaught exception thrown in Thread[LWJGL Renderer Thread,5,main]
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: World.Chartographer
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
… 8 more
BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 10 seconds)
This is the log of JMonkey, pretty much sayin we don’t know what you doin’, cause we don’t see no class there.
In all seriousness, this is a repeat problem with Jmonkey, that seems to only be solved by starting a new project, even if the files are the same.
Now, it is probably my fault (interrupted a scan or something), but it is really annoying and makes it impossible to test my code.
Do any of you know a fix for this?
A way to make JMonkey remember the files are where they are supposed to be?
Could you privide an image of your project? The directory in the jmonkey sdk? I had some problems a while ago with my source files not being recognized as source files because they werent correctly in the project, it happened because I started a new project and just dragged my old classes over and didnt select the old project folder with “existing sources” or something like that in the new project dialogue.
Maybe try deleting the netbeans cache, delete everything in [USER_HOME].jmonkey\7.x\var
Not home so I dont know if thats the right location, but I know the cache is the var folder.
Maybe also try copying everything in the offending class, deleting it, creating a new class with a slightly different nam, and paste in all the code, and correct all the references to that class to use the slightly different class name. This would be a temporary fix until we can find out whats actually going on. This is a netbeans thing, and has nothing to do with jmonkey so you might want to cross post to netbeans forum to see if anyone can help you there too.