If a .desktop file has a space in the file name, its associated entry in the application menu cannot be pinned to taskbar.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open "KDE Menu Editor".
2. Click "New Item" and add a name using a space.
3. Set the command to any program, e.g. "audacity".
4. Right click the new menu entry and select "Pin to Task Manager".
5. Repeat, but do not add a space in "New Item".
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 385942 ***
Git commit bb573b83ace5a8039b2d0f5192192496e7937308 by Kai Uwe Broulik.
Committed on 31/01/2020 at 13:33.
Pushed by broulik into branch 'Plasma/5.18'.
[Task Manager] Remove strict URL handling
The code tried hard to ignore garbage URLs, as Qt is quite lenient, e.g. QUrl("Garbage Url") is still valid.
There is no way to change the strictness of a QUrl after creation,
so the code would enforce it by doing QUrl strictUrl(inputUrl.toString(), QUrl::StrictMode).
However, toString() defaults to PrettyDecoded which avoids percent-encoding and keeps spaces
in tact which is not a valid thing to have in a strict URL.
Effectively, we want to ensure a URL is either a valid path to a local file,
or one of the special applications (for menu ids), or preferred for preferred applications, like web browser,
Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D26941
M +20 -0 libtaskmanager/autotests/launchertasksmodeltest.cpp
M +7 -7 libtaskmanager/launchertasksmodel.cpp
M +17 -2 libtaskmanager/launchertasksmodel_p.h
*** Bug 393665 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***