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I'm using Borland C++ 3.1.  I am writing a sprite engine that requires
me to allocate 64K chunks of memory at a time from the far heap.  I have
increased my FAR HEAP parameter under options to 256K.  I can step
through the program fine through the IDE's de{*filter*}.  However, if I
transfer to Turbo De{*filter*} from BC IDE, I don't have enough heap space
to allocate 64K from.

Is there a heap size option for Turbo De{*filter*}?  I see the -Mx option in
the manual, but this is for Turbo De{*filter*}'s internal use.  I can use TD
from the command line without transferring from BC IDE fine.  Any ideas?

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