The .ini file is for the JVM to start Eclipse. Typically, if we have a lot of plug-ins that are loaded during start up, Eclipse often tank with a OOME. As to the application's JVM, we can edit it in the 'Run Configurations' options and pass any standard JVM parameter to it.
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