Actually this probably applies to any FOSS app out there.
This morning I saw in my irc backlog (lucky you that I keep that and usually at least skim it):
[07:41:33] –> firefly2442_ () has joined #kdevelop
[07:42:29] <firefly2442_> I found a bug in kdevelop 3.5.3, in the project options under run options
[07:42:50] <firefly2442_> I can navigate and specify my main program executable
[07:43:08] <firefly2442_> however, when I try to run it, it doesn’t work because the folders have spaces in them
[07:43:46] <firefly2442_> the actual command that gets executed and run in the bottom window should be modified to add quotes to allow for folders with spaces
[07:43:53] <firefly2442_> should be a simple fix
[07:44:04] <firefly2442_> cheers 🙂
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This is a good example of how you should _never_ try to report bugs or problems with KDevelop. Unless of course you just wanted to do a braindump which nobody cares. Its fine to approach us on IRC, but please don’t just dump things and then leave immediately.
I know this is a bit more effort than joining into an irc channel and dropping a few lines, but really there are far better chances of your problem being solved doing the few extra steps.
Sadly this means the above irc-report will not go anywhere, I don’t even have kdevelop3 around anymore, so I cannot test this and file the bug myself. Not to mention that 3.5.3 is rather old (3.5.5 is current) and KDevelop3 is not actively maintained anymore.