Apport 1.26

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Bug fixes:
 - backends/ Port to current python-apt API.
 - Fix path_to_key() to also work with unicode arguments.
 - test/crash: Exit successfully if apport is not enabled in the system. This
   allows packages to run the test suite during build.
 -, add_proc_info(): Correctly handle "python -m <modulename>"
   programs as being interpreted and determine the appropriate module path.
 - Fix some import statements to also work for the system-installed test suite.
 - test/run: Fix testing data/general-hooks/ when called in
   system-installed mode.
 - apport/ Clean up test .crash file after test cases.
 - Fix tests when running as root.
 - Fix crash when "javac -version" fails.
 - README: Update command for one-time enablement.
 - backends/ Fix interleaving usage of install_packages()
   with other operations such as get_version(), by resetting the apt status
   after building and using the sandbox.
 - test suite: Remove requirement that $USER is set, which makes it
   easier to run this from package build environments.
 - apport/, test/crash: Use "yes" as test process instead of "cat". The
   former is less likely to run already, and does not depend on having a stdin,
   so it runs better in test environments like autopkgtest.
 - backends/ Fix tests if system does not have a dbgsym
   apt source.

 - Ignore a crash if gnome-session is running and says that the session is
   being shut down. These often die because or other services are going
   away, are usually harmless, and just cause a lot of clutter in bug trackers.
   (LP: #460932)
 - test/crash: Rewrite using Python's unittest, to be in line with other tests,
   and be easier to maintain and extend.


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