gregormi added a comment.
In https://phabricator.kde.org/D7130#132762, @elvisangelaccio wrote:
> In https://phabricator.kde.org/D7130#132742, @gregormi wrote:
> > In https://phabricator.kde.org/D7130#132640, @elvisangelaccio wrote:
> > > It doesn't seem to fix the bug here, it's still saying that filelight
and partitionmanager are not installed (but they are).
> > Can you tell me what distro you are using and maybe the full path to the
installed desktop files of filelight and partitionmanager
> (on archlinux)
Hmm, this looks fine. Actually, KMoreTools uses KService to find out if an
application is installed by passing the desktop filename (without extension),
i.e. "org.kde.filelight" or "org.kde.partitionmanager"
(KService::serviceByDesktopName(desktopEntryName)). I did not fully understand
how it works internally. It uses some caching mechanism. Could you run
kbuildsycoca5 or relogin and try again? I have no idea how I should reproduce
it here on my machine because it works here. When dealing with KService I got
the impression that it is hard to find out why a particular service (desktop
file) is _not_ found.
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Cc: ltoscano, #frameworks