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diff --git a/apex/builders/common_builder.py b/apex/builders/common_builder.py
index a5f301b..b8894ec 100644
--- a/apex/builders/common_builder.py
+++ b/apex/builders/common_builder.py
@@ -25,10 +25,11 @@ from apex.common import utils
from apex.virtual import utils as virt_utils
-def project_to_path(project):
+def project_to_path(project, patch=None):
"""
Translates project to absolute file path to use in patching
:param project: name of project
+ :param patch: the patch to applied to the project
:return: File path
"""
if project.startswith('openstack/'):
@@ -37,6 +38,15 @@ def project_to_path(project):
return "/etc/puppet/modules/{}".format(project.replace('puppet-', ''))
elif 'tripleo-heat-templates' in project:
return "/usr/share/openstack-tripleo-heat-templates"
+ elif ('tripleo-common' in project and
+ build_utils.is_path_in_patch(patch, 'container-images/')):
+ # tripleo-common has python and another component to it
+ # here we detect if there is a change to the yaml component and if so
+ # treat it like it is not python. This has the caveat of if there
+ # is a patch to both python and yaml this will not work
+ # FIXME(trozet): add ability to split tripleo-common patches that
+ # modify both python and yaml
+ return "/usr/share/openstack-tripleo-common-containers/"
else:
# assume python. python patches will apply to a project name subdir.
# For example, python-tripleoclient patch will apply to the
@@ -157,7 +167,7 @@ def add_upstream_patches(patches, image, tmp_dir,
branch = default_branch
patch_diff = build_utils.get_patch(patch['change-id'],
patch['project'], branch)
- project_path = project_to_path(patch['project'])
+ project_path = project_to_path(patch['project'], patch_diff)
# If docker tag and python we know this patch belongs on docker
# container for a docker service. Therefore we build the dockerfile
# and move the patch into the containers directory. We also assume