Alright, so after trying to use my first solution: I decided terminal is faster. I will probably right some sort of plugin for the finder in the future, if someone doesn’t beat me to it.
Anyway, here is how I currently do SVN
type cd then drag your SVN folder to the terminal and hit enter.
Most common svn commands:
svn status | grep “^\?” | sed -e ‘s/? *//’ | sed -e ‘s/ /\\ /g’ | xargs svn add
• recursively adds all files..
|Adding Files:||svn add –force ./*||adds all new files in a directory.|
|Committing:||svn commit -m”message”||Commit Message is needed, or commit won’t always work|
|Deleting Files:||svn delete file.name|
|File list:||svn ls|
|Latest stats:||svn info|
For everything else, svn help will bring up more commands
svn help <command> will bring up help for that command. ^_^