Eclipse crashes sometimes, but the crashes go away if i tell blackdown-jdk to interpret only (-Xint), that means no JIT compiling takes place as i understand. Because of this i think this is blackdown-jdk problem (not eclipse).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run eclipse
2. edit some java files with it
3. if you're unlucky enough you should experience java vm crash without any
exceptions or error messages
3. if you see eclipse crash you should at least find something in the log files
4. run java with eclipse jars by hand, use java vm switch -Xint
5. problems go away
sometimes eclipse crashes when opening some java source file, in that case it
happened that i couldn't open that specific file until i modified it externally...
now that i found the -Xint solution i have no problems anymore (but it's still a
bug isn't it:)
there is not much that we can do about it and it works fine for me on x86 and amd64.