linux-user: factor out reading of /proc/self/maps

Unfortunately reading /proc/self/maps is still considered the gold
standard for a process finding out about it's own memory layout. As we
will want this data in other contexts soon factor out the code to read
and parse the data. Rather than just blindly copying the existing
sscanf based code we use a more modern glib version of the parsing
code to make a more general purpose map structure.

Signed-off-by: Alex Bennée <>
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