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A very old version of Robbit, specifically "Delicious Doughnut" Patch 25.2 (r3242), has now been made available in Robbit Launcher 3. This version of Robbit is the final build of Delicious Doughnut (based on Minecraft 1.6.4) and was previously released on 27 July 2014.
This old version of Delicious Doughnut has been made available to provide full backwards-compatible map conversion for some legacy map files, since Eclair and Fondant branches are currently only able to open maps saved in Doughnut 25.2 or later, whereas the Doughnut branch is able to open map files all the way back to the earliest versions of Angel Cake. You can therefore use this version of Delicious Doughnut as an intermediary in order to convert maps from Robbit versions earlier than 25.2 to the Exciting Eclair stable legacy version or to the very latest Fondant Fancy bleeding edge builds.
There will be no support provided for this old version. I did however test it to make sure it correctly installs and launches.
The Robbit Launcher has been updated to version 3.0.7u4. This version adds the ability to choose how much RAM you want to allocate to the game, which can be accessed from the 'settings' screen after adding/installing the game. The default continues to be 2GB on 64-bit systems but you can increase it now in 1GB increments up to a max of 8GB.
The newest builds seem to need more than the originally allocated 2GB in some instances, especially during world generation which with only 2GB allocated seems to result in some 'GC limit reached' crashes. I figured I'd put in this patch so if you are having RAM exhaustion issues in single player you can increase the RAM allocation at your own leisure.
(Please bear in mind that larger RAM allocation can sometimes be detrimental to performance because they will lead to significantly longer GC stalls, so change this setting with caution.)