Novice here! I am trying to deploy a MAC build but I run into this error:
Which is then followed by this window:
This is my first time using Titanium Studio and I have looked in the help section for 'Running Eclipse':
Allocating enough memory and solving OutOfMemoryErrors
By default, Eclipse will allocate up to 384 megabytes of Java heap memory. This should be ample for all typical development tasks. However, depending on the JRE that you are running, the number of additional plug-ins you are using, and the number of files you will be working with, you could conceivably have to increase this amount. Eclipse allows you to pass arguments directly to the Java VM using the -vmargs command line argument, which must follow all other Eclipse specific arguments. Thus, to increase the available heap memory, you would typically use:
eclipse -vmargs -Xmx<memory size>
with the <memory size> value set to greater than "384M" (384 megabytes -- the default).
What I don't understand is do I have to install Eclipse or does it come with Titanium Studio (I can't find it). Also how do I pass the arguments to increase the memory? do I run that command in the terminal window of Titanium Studio?
As you can see as a beginner I am very confused.
Eclipse does not come with Titanium Studio. You either installed Studio as a standalone app or as a plugin to an existing eclipse install. I would suggest checking your Studio system requirements: http://wiki.appcelerator.org/display/tis/Studio+System+Requirements as well as the compatibility matrix: http://wiki.appcelerator.org/display/guides/Titanium+Compatibility+Matrix to ensure that you have everything up to date and compatible
Can anyone guide me on how to fix my Heap Space issue?
I have tried to do MAC builds on the following OS's and they all fail with the Java Heap Error:
Windows XP SP3 32 Bit Windows 7 64 Bit Mac OSX (10.5.8)
I have also tried building the app so that the installer type was network hoping the this would get past the heap error.
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