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Eclipse 3.2 Increase Heap?

 
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Hello,

I am using Eclipse 3.2 on WinXP.

My question is how to increase the JVM's heap in Eclipse?

Cheers,

JD
 
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HERE is the link.
 
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Prabhu,

Thank you so much for this...

I suspected doing it by adding the args to my WinXP short cut's eclipse.exe (command line).

But, is there a way to do this by adding it to the eclipse.ini file?

Thanks,

JD
 
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The eclipse.ini file already contains settings for heap size. Just change those.
 
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