Ok, this is what I did.
The problem in the groovy file was the def pressedCommand and def repeatCommand. Removed those and it works now.
Nothing I can find lets you exclude compiling a groovy file in netbeans. Search shows others trying and nothing works, seems to be netbeans 8 fail or I’m just not experienced enough to figure it out.
I’m not sure if placing the groovy file inside a test folder would also work since I don’t have one setup.
I created a new project just to hold the groovy file.
Added that project folder to my main project libraries through add>jar/folder, selecting the folder that holds the groovy file.
This stops the compile from copying the class files.
Not copying library C:\Users\Robert\Documents\JMonkey\GroovyStyles\src\mygame , it's a directory.
Changed my lemur statement from,
And everything seems to work now. I am using the TabbedPanelDemoState.java code and it looks to be working just fine. I havenet changed any graphics but since it compiles clean and that works I don’t see a problem. If one arises, I will post it.
I would like to know if anyone else using the SDK had this happen or if I’m just screwing things up and defensive coding this.
Would also be nice to know of a way to exclude the groovy file from build inside the main project.
Edit: forgot to mention, I created an icon folder in my main project and lemur loads its images from there. Only has to place the groovy file in the other project.