Apport 0.13

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Project:
Apport
Series:
trunk
Version:
0.13
Released:
2010-03-10  
Registrant:
Martin Pitt
Release registered:
2010-03-10
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Release notes 

New features:
 - Add "unkillable_shutdown" script to collect information about processes
   which are still running after sending SIGTERM to them. This can be hooked
   into e. g. /etc/init.d/sendsigs on Debian/Ubuntu systems.

Improvements:
 - apport_python_hook.py: Directly check /etc/default/apport instead of
   querying packaging.enabled(), to avoid importing lots of modules for
   non-packaged scripts. Thanks Stuart Colville! (LP: #528355)

Bug fixes:
 - Fix SegV parser to notice walking off the stack during "call" or "ret"
   (LP: #531672).
 - Fix --help output for bug updating mode (invocation as apport-collect or
   apport-update-bug). (LP: #504116)
 - Fix bug escalation tagging, thanks to Brian Murray.
 - Fix option processing when being invoked as apport-bug. Thanks to Daniel
   Hahler for the patch! (LP: #532944)

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