The new osgNV project, which is going to be maintained by Wang Rui and supported the latest OSG and nVIDIA features, reopens its doors after 2008.12. Marco Jez, this project's father and previous project leader, will go on act as the project's advisor and consultant. The new project will use SVN as the version controlling server and the old CVS access (only updated to osgNV-0.6.0) will be kept only for references.
If you want to keep your source tree up-to-date with latest development, just check the osgNV module out with the command-line SVN client, type:
svn co https://osgnv.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/osgnv osgnv
You should first download the client software from the SVN project page if you don't have one.
Old CVS Access
You can use the CVS service provided by SourceForge.net to get an older version of osgNV (based on OSG-pre-0.9.9 and Cg-1.2). To check the osgNV module out with the command-line CVS client, just type the following:
cvs -z9 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/osgnv co osgNV
Once you have a fully CVS-enabled source tree you can update the source files by moving into the osgNV root directory and typing this command:
cvs -z9 update -Pd