Active development now happens in a subversion repository. Subversion is a replacement for CVS. It is probably available as a package for your distro; its web page is at http://subversion.tigris.org/.
The svn repository layout is setup as follows:
- branches (0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 0.10 and 1.0)
- trunk (main development)
Warning: The trunk is under constant development and change. It is only recommended for developers or tech-savvy people who are prepared to do substantial testing/debugging.
If you have a svn client installed, check out the trunk with:
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/trunk ivtv
This creates an ivtv directory with the latest driver sources. If you don't have a svn client, you can get a tarball straight from http://ivtvdriver.org/viewcvs/ivtv/trunk.tar.gz?view=tar.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/1.0 ivtv-1.0
Or download the tarbal 1.0 svn tarball.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/0.10 ivtv-0.10
Or download the tarbal 0.10 svn tarball.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/0.8 ivtv-0.8
Or download the tarbal 0.8 svn tarball.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/0.7 ivtv-0.7
Or download the tarbal 0.7 svn tarball.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/0.6 ivtv-0.6
Or download the tarbal 0.6 svn tarball.
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/ivtv/branches/0.4 ivtv-0.4
Or download the tarbal 0.4 svn tarball.
In combination with svn, trac can be used for ticket management, bug tracking, and other fancy project management things: http://ivtvdriver.org/trac/. Do not submit tickets straight to trac. See troubleshooting first, then asking for help, and only submit a ticket after advice from the ivtv-devel mailing list.
To get the xdriver from svn:
svn co http://ivtvdriver.org/svn/xf86-video-ivtv/trunk/ xdriver