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  • Apport intercepts Program crashes, collects debugging information about the crash and the operating system environment, and sends it to bug trackers in a standardized form. It also offers the user to report a bug about a package, with again collecting as much information about it as possible.
    Registered by Martin Pitt on 2006-07-27
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  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
  • * apport-kde tests: Fix imports to make tests work again. * Fix UnicodeDecodeError on parsing non-ASCII environment variables. * apport: use the proper pid when calling apport in another PID namespace ...
  • * apport: Drop re-nicing. This might decrease the time a user has to wait for apport to finish the core dump for a crashed/hanging foreground process.
  • This adds support for PID namespaces in apport. With that change, crashes originating from a container on a system running a >= 3.12 kernel will be automatically redirected to apport inside the container.
  • Improvements: * packaging.py, install_packages(): Add permanent_rootdir flag and if set, only unpack newly downloaded packages. Implement it for the apt/dpkg
  • Activities Assigned to you: No blueprints or bugs assigned to you. Assignees: No users assigned to blueprints and bugs.
  • I am a friendly bot which automatically provides symbolic stack traces to apport crash reports. Please contact Brian Murray (brian-murray) for questions about myself.
  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
  • Improvements: * testsuite: Run with Python 3 by default. To test with Python 2, run "PYTHON=python2 test/run". Bug fixes: * apport: Redefine sys.std{out,err} when redirecting output, as they are None
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  • Improvements: * launchpad.py: When closing a bug as a duplicate, copy some well-known tags to the master bug. Thanks Brian Murray. * launchpad.py: Set importance of Python crash reports to "Medium" by default,
  • Bug fixes: - crashdb.py, check_duplicate(): If a crash has a signature but no existing duplicate in the DB, also check for an existing address signature duplicate
  • Improvements: * fileutils.py, shared_libraries(): Return a "name → path" dict instead of just a set of names. Thanks Kyle Nitzsche. * sandboxutils.py: Support unpackaged executables, i. e. reports which do not
  • Improvements: - apport-retrace: Add --timestamp option to prepend a timestamp to log messages. This is useful for batch operations. - crash-digger: Call apport-retrace with --timestamps, to get consistent
  • Bug fixes: - apport: Set the group of written reports to "whoopsie" if that group exists. - Fix tests to run properly against the system-installed modules and binaries.
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  • - Drop some remaining distro specific pieces of code. - Add hookutils methods for attaching relevant packages, greatly improve attach_alsa() for sound problem debugging.
  • Improvements: * whoopsie-upload-all: Add a -t/--timeout option.In CI environments it is undesirable to block on upload for 30 mins, but it's still a reasonable ...
  • Bug fixes: * test/run: Do not run pep8 and pyflakes when running against the sytem installed Apport. * test_backend_ apt_dpkg. py: For the "are we online" check, verify that we can
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