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Andreas, > I have a report from an Ubuntu developer that tries (apparently) with > gcc-4.4 and this causes the same error. > > #ifdef HAVE_LIMITS_H > #include <limits.h> > #endif > > at the top of email_trigger.cpp and info_trigger.cpp should fix this. > > Arthur: Shall I commit this small fix (To > CVSNT_BRANCH_2_5_04_3236 and > merge to CVSNT_2_0_x)? I think it belongs somewhere else, eg: cvsapi.h, so all triggers (including 3rd party triggers) automatically get the definition. Why doesn't this bug occur with gcc 4.1? Where is gcc 4.1 finding the PATH_MAX that gcc 4.4 is not? Regards, Arthur Barrett