[fedora-java] Fedora 7 and Eclipse 3.3

Andrew Overholt overholt at redhat.com
Tue Aug 21 12:39:27 UTC 2007


* Deeptika Gottipati <deeptika at adobe.com> [2007-08-21 06:59]:
>   When I try to run eclipse 3.3 on fedora 7, it gives some memory leak
>   warnings as following

You're trying to use an upstream 3.3 download with gij, the GNU
interpreter for java bytecode.  Upstream downloads don't have gcj
pre-compiled bits and thus run very poorly with just gij.  If you want
to run an upstream download, you're best to use a proprietary JVM like
Sun's or IBM's.  If you want, you could try out IcedTea which is OpenJDK
built with completely free stuff.  See:



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