After using many SVN Clients on Windows/Unix/Linux Platforms, I realized that there is no need to use these 3rd party softwares. You can do anything you want using command-line. Lets go...
My Svn Repo : http://svn.geryit.com/geryitcom Local Folder : ~/Sites/geryitcom Path to be ignored : ~/Sites/geryitcom/_source
cd /Users/geryit/Library/WebServer/ svn co http://svn.geryit.net/geryitcom/ cd geryitcom
Define Files/Folders to be ignored
Create a path that will be ignored on commit
mkdir _source svn ps svn:ignore _source .
If you have multiple items (path/file) to be ignored
Create ".ignore" file and add items to be ignored inside (We want to ignore "_source" and "cache" folders)
mkdir _source mkdir cache touch .ignore open .ignore
Add this following lines into .ignore file and save file
Assign ".ignore" file as ignored items container
svn ps svn:ignore -F .ignore .
Add new files/folders to SVN
svn add . --force
Remove missing files with SVN
svn rm $( svn status | sed -e '/^!/!d' -e 's/^!//' )
svn ci -m "Your message"
How to fix svn: Directory '***' is missing problem
Sometimes when you delete a local file/path and SVN Commit, you will see an SVN error like "svn: Directory '/Users/geryit/Library/WebServer/geryitcom/cache' is missing". Then you should :
svn delete cache --force
Create a shell script which does everything for you
Put the code below in a blank text file and save it as "svn_it" in /sbin folder. Now when you run svn_it, it will fire the commands below. You should "
sudo chmod 775 /sbin/svn_it" if you face a permission problem
#!/bin/bash svn up svn rm $( svn status | sed -e '/^!/!d' -e 's/^!//' ) svn add . --force svn ci -m ""