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from cherrypy.process import wspbus
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CI_ON_MACOS = bool(os.getenv("CI")) and sys.platform == "darwin"
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CI_ON_MACOS = bool(os.getenv('CI')) and sys.platform == 'darwin'
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msg = 'Listener %d on channel %s: %s.'  # pylint: disable=invalid-name
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        assert bus.state in states, 'State %r not in %r' % (bus.state, states)
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@pytest.mark.xfail(CI_ON_MACOS, reason="continuous integration on macOS fails")
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@pytest.mark.xfail(CI_ON_MACOS, reason='continuous integration on macOS fails')
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def test_wait_publishes_periodically(bus):
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    """Test that wait publishes each tick."""
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    callback = unittest.mock.MagicMock()
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