SVN is installed in
on Mac Mountain Lion. If you want to access SVN from Command prompt, edit /etc/paths file and added the above path at the end of the file.
How to add SVN path in Terminal
Issue the following command which will ask for password.
sudo nano /etc/paths
Add the SVN path (above) towards the end of the file, it should look like this
/usr/bin /bin /usr/sbin /sbin /usr/local/bin /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin
Hit Control + O to write the files (It is a nano command). Hit Ctrol + X to quit nano. Finally quit Terminal and start Terminal Again.
Paths for SVNAdmin and SVNServe
SVNAdmin and SVNServe are located in the same path as above. SmartSVN asks for these files so it can create new repository for you. You have to provide exact path that includes file names as well.