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    # The last message will mention an indeterminable thread name; ignore
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    # it
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    assert (log_tracker.log_entries[:-1] ==
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            ['Bus STOPPING', 'Bus STOPPED',
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             'Bus EXITING', 'Bus EXITED',
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             'Waiting for child threads to terminate...'])
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    expected_bus_messages = [
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        'Bus STOPPING',
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        'Bus STOPPED',
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        'Bus EXITING',
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        'Bus EXITED',
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        'Waiting for child threads to terminate...',
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    ]
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    bus_msg_num = len(expected_bus_messages)
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    # If the last message mentions an indeterminable thread name then ignore it
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    assert log_tracker.log_entries[:bus_msg_num] == expected_bus_messages
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    assert len(log_tracker.log_entries[bus_msg_num:]) <= 1, (
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        'No more than one extra log line with the thread name expected'
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    )
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def test_start_with_callback(bus):
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