I didn't have my .gitignore files setup before I committed my project. Now all my .svn/* files are being committed. How can I expunge these files from my repo and tell git to stop tracking them (using SourceTree)? Thanks!
Doing as @sreekumar menon mentioned, the .svn is still part of your history - but will not be part of the future history.
If you want to remove your svn-folder permanently from your complete history, have a look for example at this:
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