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cannot run cvs task to checkout a module using ant

cannot run cvs task to checkout a module using ant

cannot run cvs task to checkout a module using ant

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I am a new participant.  I wrote the following ant script:

<project name = "cvsco" default = "fetchlatest">
  <target name = "fetchlatest">
    <cvs
      cvsRoot = ":sspi:renzi@128.49.144.60:/jic"
      package = "jic"
      dest = "."
      command = "checkout"

    </cvs>
  </target>
</project>

I get the following error when I run it.

c:\cvstest\build.xml:9: element type "cvs" must be followed by attribute specifications, ">" or "/>"

When I ran
ant -diagnostics
under the tasks section it said
cvs version not available

I am using ant version 1.6.2
I am using
cvs version 2.0.4

cvs is on my path
It is
wincvs 1.3
What am I doing wrong.

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