I get the following warning when I try to run Eclipse 3.3 on Fedora 7.
GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block (appr. size 651264):
May lead to memory leak and poor performance.
I get this even after setting mem size to max(512) in eclipse.ini
And later, when I try to add more plugins, eclipse terminates itself
showing segmentation fault.
Please let me know if there is any workaround?
The build of eclipse packages that contain unpacked bundles seems to
give problem when build with mock on rawhide. This error occur because
check-buildroot script try to find the buildroot path in installed
files. From what I understand of that script only *.jar.so.debug files
are not checked in this case. The strange think is that the debuginfo
package build with rpmbuild have the same .so.debug (unpacked eclipse
bundles) that contain the buildroot too but the build finish with
sucess. I have check if the check-buildroot script have been modified
between F-7 and rawhide but the problem is not there. I would like to
report that in bugzilla but I don't know witch package is incriminate.
Any idea guys?
En of error.log file contain:
Found '/var/tmp/eclipse-rse-18.104.22.168-1.fc8-root-mockbuild' in installed
I have just try to build my first package using koji, yeah :-)
Like expect ;-) the package don't will build in rawhide on the ppc64
arch because of a segmentation fault, the same package build like a
charm on F-7 so is there some problem in rawhide to build eclipse
plugins at this time?
You can take a look on the mock build.log file there ->