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Increase JVM Heap Size on NetBeans 5.5 on OS X Tiger?

 
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How does one increase the JVM heap size on NetBeans 5.5 on OS X Tiger?

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I've moved this to the IDEs forum where I think it will get more attention.
 
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Please refer to:
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/41/using-netbeans/configuring.html#switches

From the documentation:
You can add startup switches to the IDE on the command line or by entering
them in a special file called netbeans.conf, which is located in the etc
folder. You can enter IDE-specific startup switches and pass arguments
directly to the JVM in which the IDE runs.
For example, to set the -Xmx (maximum heap size) for the JVM in which the
IDE runs, either add the line -J-Xmx64m to your netbeans.conf file...
 
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