How to use test_is_named_failure method in assertpy

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...134 assert_that(str(ex)).matches('Expected <.*> to be a directory, but was not.')135def test_is_named(tmpfile):136 basename = os.path.basename( assert_that( test_is_named_failure(tmpfile):139 try:140 assert_that('foo.txt')141 fail('should have raised error')142 except AssertionError as ex:143 assert_that(str(ex)).matches('Expected filename <.*> to be equal to <foo.txt>, but was not.')144def test_is_named_bad_arg_type_failure(tmpfile):145 try:146 assert_that( fail('should have raised error')148 except TypeError as ex:149 assert_that(str(ex)).matches('given filename arg must be a path')150def test_is_child_of(tmpfile):151 dirname = os.path.dirname( assert_that(

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