May 25, 2011 22:52
For people looking at this issue, I am updating it just to note that this bug was present only during the beta releases and has been solved ever since.
Chronon installation should not crash eclipse/jvm anymore.
February 26, 2011 03:06
You can edit the 'eclipse.ini' file located in your eclipse root directory, to change the memory to whatever you want. In this case you will need to modify the -Xmx value in the eclipse.ini file.
That said, Chronon needs the extra memory in order to function properly.
It is unusual for a jvm to allow only 384 max memory. Which jvm and platform are you running on?
Try lowering the memory to 1000m instead of 384m and see if it runs?