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In Visual Studio under the "Application" tab of a project's options there is the "Java Max Heap Size" field to adjust this setting. Under the field it says: "example: 100m or 1GB". The second example is incorrect, it should be "1G", without the "B".
This issue was already fixed as shown in screencast : http://screencast.com/t/kK7T0wDkCw7O
You will get fixed build sooner.
This is actually been updated again and is now Wrong Again. I am opening it up.
It says: example: 100 MB or 1 GB, which is wrong. Can we just explain it better in the IDE please.
A bug about the new incorrect text as discussed in Comment 2 has now been filed as Bug 47445.