@zzuegg said:

If you have to write such delegate code for every method you use on ‘java objects’ than that would be overhead (in terms of lines of code) from my point of view. But i have to admit i don’t know anything about groovy and so i might oversee the benefits of dooing this.

I didn’t have to write that. I can call all of the vector methods just like normal. But I wanted to be able to use operator overloading so I added operator overload.

The whole idea that I would have to do that is utterly ridiculous.