How to use test_failure_ignore method in assertpy

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...97 assert_that({'a':1,'b':{'c':2,'d':{'e':3,'f':{'x':4,'y':5}}}}).is_equal_to({'a':1,'b':{'c':2,'d':{'e':3,'f':{'x':4,'y':6}}}})98 fail('should have raised error')99 except AssertionError as ex:100 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., 'b': {.., 'd': {.., 'f': {.., 'y': 5}}}}> to be equal to <{.., 'b': {.., 'd': {.., 'f': {.., 'y': 6}}}}>, but was not.")101def test_failure_ignore():102 try:103 assert_that({'a':1,'b':2}).is_equal_to({'a':1,'b':3}, ignore='c')104 fail('should have raised error')105 except AssertionError as ex:106 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{.., 'b': 2}> to be equal to <{.., 'b': 3}> ignoring keys <c>, but was not.")107def test_failure_ignore_single_entry():108 try:109 assert_that({'a':1}).is_equal_to({'a':2}, ignore='c')110 fail('should have raised error')111 except AssertionError as ex:112 assert_that(str(ex)).is_equal_to("Expected <{'a': 1}> to be equal to <{'a': 2}> ignoring keys <c>, but was not.")113def test_failure_ignore_multi_keys():114 try:115 assert_that({'a':1}).is_equal_to({'a':2}, ignore=['x','y','z'])...

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...24 # unknown option25 grompp_warn ="warn")26 with pytest.warns(gromacs.GromacsFailureWarning):27 grompp_warn(y=True)28def test_failure_ignore():29 # unknown option30 grompp_ignore = try:32 grompp_ignore(y=True)33 except Exception as err:34 raise AssertionError("Should have ignored exception {}".format(err))35class TestRelease(object):36 major_releases = ('4', '5', '2016', '2018', '2019', '2020', '2021')37 def test_release(self):38 assert gromacs.release().startswith(self.major_releases)39 def test_release_startswith(self):40 assert gromacs.release.startswith(self.major_releases)41 def test_str(self):42 assert str(gromacs.release()) == gromacs.release()

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