In any place we look up a KService, check if it has a menuId,
and then generate KAStats-style applications: URL with it. Also
learn how to handle applications: URLs.
This was requested by Kai in D7203. His patch makes Kate
dynamically add its sessions as jump list actions to a copy of its
.desktop file in $HOME. As the library would generate the absolute
path to a .desktop file e.g. in /usr as launcher URL before, the
TM applet would ignore the overriding copy in $HOME and the actions
wouldn't be found.
This patch won't rewrite existing config, but LauncherTasksModel
will resolve the absolute path to the applications: URL as it goes
through TaskTools, and then return that. The window and startup
tasks models produce those URLs, too, so things match up. Newly-
added launchers will then store the applications: URL in config
Moving away from storing absolute paths when we can is also nice
in case there is a $HOME .desktop file at the time a launcher is
added which later gets deleted. Using the new storage format, we
will now fall back to a system file instead.
Note the conservative approach taken: We only generate an
applications: URL when the service returns something for menuId().
We don't use KService::storageId() here, which can fall back to
KService::entryPath() - in this case we're better off just using
the absolute path we already have. We still use storageId() when
generating the applications: URL for KAStats db insertions, as
that is more liberal (and matches Kicker).
It makes sense to look at the Kicker backend code to see if should
store applications: URLs (which it already produces to insert into
KAStats) as well.
This will need a subsequent patch to the Task Manager applet to
handle applications: URLs there in code that consumes launcher URLs
to parse things out of .desktop files.
Contains other minor cleanup and fixes, such as porting the
LauncherTasksModel to use TaskTools::runApp (which now understands
preferred: URLs as well), a fix for a small logic error there (the
&& before the !isApplication should have been ||, now moot), and
not needlessly opening and parsing a .desktop file in