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# JAS ran out of memory -- how do I fix that?

64MB is the default memory limit for Java, but it is easy to change:

1. Unix: edit the jas script used to run JAS and on the last line insert -Xmx128m after \${JAVA} (This should be made easier JAS-328@BUGS)
2. Windows: Edit the file jas.ini (typically c:\Program Files\JAS3\jas.ini) and uncomment the line: --Xmx128m
3. MacOSX: There must be a way but I don't know what it is. Ask again if you need it.

Of course you can replace 128 with however many Megabytes you want JAS to use (but make it < the actual physical memory you have on your system or the program will page like crazy).

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1. Mac OS X:
right clic on JAS3-> show package content
contents-> info.plist
change the line <string>-Xmx256m</string> to your convenience