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From "Alexey N. Solofnenko" <>
Subject Re: AW: Echo a file to another file
Date Wed, 10 Nov 2004 15:00:27 GMT
I would use <get> task to get the report (you will need to construct a 
URL for the report).

- Alexey.

Ivan Ivanov wrote:

>Jan and Alexey,
>thank you for your answers, <loadfile> + <echo> trick
>does the job and I will also try the other two
>I asked this question in the following context: we are
>having a Readme file for our project that describes
>the bugfixes done in the current build, known issues
>in it and the source files that have changed since the
>previous build.
>Up to now I have worked out the genaration of the
>changed files by using <cvstagdiff> to create a xml
>file with the chaged files, that using <style> to
>format it as required and finally using
><loadproperties>+<echo> to place it on the top of
>Readme file.
>A little bit off-topic question is: do you know how
>can I ask Bugzilla (without opening a browser and
>clicking of course) to return me a list with the bugs
>that have been closed (between given dates) and the
>bugs that are still opened? Any pointers on does
>bugzilla expose such an API?
>Thank you again for the help

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