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> I'm trying to change the default command for edit. Instead of force edit > as > default, put concurrent edit(-c) command for edit. > Why not set the file as "c" by defaul using cvswrappers and / or "cvs update -k+c file.ext;cvs ci -f" ? There are three types of edit and the default action CVSNT takes depends on the type of the file. If the file is "c" then the default is edit -c, if the type is "x" then the default is edit -x and if there is no type the default is "edit". Regards, Arthur