Fix ddc isolate patch (which broke at 4ccae238)

This was unfortunately not detected by the bots:

  * First because of #37117 this didn't break the build.

  * Second, because of how I am migrating modular_test to use the test matrix,
    we are temporarily not seeing failures either.

    I had the intention to wait to land my changes until after the test
    infrastructure had support to report the status of individual modular tests.
    I landed what I thought was safe to land first, but didn't realize that my
    first change already was hiding failures. Now I decided to move forward to
    land the rest of my changes, so the only thing that remains is to wait for
    the test infrastructure changes to land (ETA: very soon, a CL is already

Change-Id: Ia06f4ce9bc5d9368fc36a88f9c9ce5530e42c983
Reviewed-by: Sigmund Cherem <>
Reviewed-by: Vijay Menon <>
Commit-Queue: Sigmund Cherem <>
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tree: 6ab3a10dc4b80a06e184a6894db03baef72af221
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