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Does the book describe setting up environments

 
Mark Spritzler
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In the sense of projects, and how to correctly set up your modules, classpath, etc. Then also setting up the IDE for setting the errors, Editor, etc. And maybe some memory configurations. Like being able to tell IntelliJ to start up taking 256Megs of memory, so that you don't have those freezes while it garbage collects.

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Just bumping this up. I was hoping to find out some answers, anyone can reply.

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Yes, the book contains this info, and much-much more. It is actually written to help people find features, use them productively and solve potential problems
 
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Thanks.

I cheated and saw the book at the book store and went to section 12.7 and saw how to up the memory starting and max points. I made the change and already noticed that it loaded my project faster.

I also noticed all the sections that you had in the book, and I feel that the book has some great things in there and would recommend it to anyone.

Mark
 
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