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Using the application without Java installed
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Addendum to above hint of @lundefugl

I like to have different versions of RC available on my PC to be able to make comparisons when I find a issue.
So I consequently rename the files immediately after download:
   
The uppermost file RC.bat has this content:
Code:
java -jar -Xmx2048m RouteConverterWindowsPrerelease_20-10-01.jar
Where -Xmx2048m gives RouteConverter 2GB of memory and _20-10-01 is the current prerelease version.

So I have to edit my batch file when I like to start a different version with 2GB memory assigned.
Nonetheless I can always start a *.jar with a a double click without memory assignment.
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Matthias
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RE: Using the application with its own Java folder? - by kumo - 11.10.2020, 09:25

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