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Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine. 
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Joined: Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:03 am
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Hi, I have problem after upgrading the flash develop Basically I know what is the problem, but I dont know how I can solve it.


I have a big swc (~200MB) to use in a project, so I get the "Error: Java heap space", I know I have to add more memory for the java to compile this big project, so I modified the build option to "-Xmx2048m" in the jvm.config in sdk folder.

However, I got an "Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.", so I have to reduce from "-Xmx2048m" to "-Xmx1024m" for the java to successfully create the virtual machine.

Sadly, Since "-Xmx1024m", is not enough, I will get the "Error: Java heap space" again.

Since I could build the project in the previous version, it could either "set to '-Xmx2048m' and successfully created the JVM" or "set to '-Xmx1024m' and have enough heap space". So I am wondering what I can do in this version.

My PC has got 8GB ram, but I guess the 32bit java of FlashDevelop cannot make use of it.

I have installed .netframesworks 3.5 and 4 in windows 10. i have tried both java 1.6 and 1.7 32bits, the same problems occured.

Fri Jul 08, 2016 2:11 am

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FlashDevelop now (at least dev builds) includes a 64bits version in the same program files directory.
I expect that you'll need Java 64bits as well but I didn't personally try.

Mon Jul 11, 2016 8:43 pm
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Joined: Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:03 am
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thanks, it actually work!

Install 64 bit java 1.6, set java path in jvm.config, and I found that I have to use 4096MB of ram to build without exceeding java heap, so now we can use flashdev 64bit to build a huge project!

Tue Jul 12, 2016 4:03 am

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Open the Control Panel
Go to System
Go to Advanced Systems Properties
Then Environment Variables
In System Variables, click Add
New Variable Name: _JAVA_OPTIONS
New Variable Value: -Xmx512M
Click OK

That's it, your Java program should now be able to execute properly.
For those interested, Java -Xmx/s is the configuration parameter that control the amount of memory Java uses.

Xmx sets the maximum heap memory size
Xms sets the minimum heap memory size

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