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Fetch more than one item from PVCS

Posted on 2003-12-03
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How can i fetch more than one item from PVCS at the same time? If they are in the same directory i can do that but if they are under different directories then how can I get them in a single shot.
for example if I have a directory structure like java packaging and I want to get all the source files under "awt" directory how should I do that in PVCS ??
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Try something like:

<target name="getmypackage">
    <pvcs repository="/pvcs/repository" pvcsproject="/onepackage"/>
    <pvcs repository="/pvcs/repository" pvcsproject="/otherpackage"/>
</target>
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