Well, I have my code somewhat sorted out into how I want to code it, but I'm making sure I have everything right before I dive in. But, thats not what I've been working on, this is:
I got tired of having to open cmd.exe everytime I wanted to do something, and then if I have a typo its a pain, etc. So I made this tool. I can add/remove different commands and then commit it all at once. As you can see I have a second form that pops up and displays the console readout (although, its a little gargled for some reason, methinks svn forgot to call flush or something.)
You can't tell from the screeny, but I automatically format filenames so that ' ' becomes '%20' (thats the only one I know =/.)
There are 2 features I'm thinking of adding - checking to see if the file exists when I click "Add File" and parsing filenames and automatically calling "svn add FOLDERNAMEHERE" since I figure if I put the folder name in their, I want it added (and I'm pretty sure svn will just say something like "FOLDERNAMEHERE already exists"), plus I can always delete it by selecting and pressing del. I'll add other svn commands (revert and such) some other time, since it'll work for me for now.