The ‘Google Summer of Code’ code period began on June 17 and it’s already one week into it. Prior to the beginning of the coding period, I went into the depths of the darkserver codebase. In the current version of Darkserver, the link present in the libimporter are hardlinks and it is pretty well visible on Github
So, I removed the urls and the values from the libimporter and made it configurable via config files. The config files are currently present in the configs/ directory. This will eventually help to allow us to add different job queues for different secondary architectures.
According to the Darkserver wiki, the steps for starting the darkproducer is:
$ darkproducer start KOJI_BUILD_ID
Now, after removing the hardlinks and making it accesible through config files, the steps to start the darkproducer is:
$ darkproducer start KOJI_BUILD_ID —config=/path/to/config/file
The configuration file for koji should be in form of:
[darkserver] url = ‘http://koji.fedoraproject.org/kojihub/’
In case of violation, the config option defaults to /etc/darkserver/darkserverurl-koji.conf
Next, I would be aiming for implementing the support for the secondary architectures, arm, ppc and add support to maintain different job queues for the different secondary architectures.