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I am a new one on CVS Is possible to commit (to create a new file version) using a command line without outputs and questions? Example: set CVSROOT=:pserver:administrator:password at 192.168.0.115:C:/TEMP/CVSNTREP cvs login <<< OK >>> I checked out one file test.txt I edited it and I want to create a new release I executed cvs commit test.txt It opens a window I needed to close it (1), and after it I need to press Enter to confirm (2) Is possible to do it without these 2 steps? Goal? cvs commit teste.txt and not open the window and not ask for [enter] to confirm Thanks for your attention! Gustavo Braga