Paths break when deploying my Astro site to Netlify

Hi folks,

I have a weird problem with my Astro site when deployed to Netlify. Until last week everything was working perfectly. I updated an entirely unrelated part of my site, and ran an npm update, and now I have a weird pathing issue.

I am sending emails from my backend using Nodemailer and nodemailer-express-handlebars. Neither of these packages were updated.

import nodemailer from 'nodemailer'
import nodemailerHbs from 'nodemailer-express-handlebars'
import path from 'path'

export const transporter = nodemailer.createTransport({
	host: import.meta.env.SMTP_HOST,
	port: import.meta.env.SMTP_PORT,
	auth: {
		user: import.meta.env.SMTP_USER,
		pass: import.meta.env.SMTP_PW

// Configure nodemailer-express-handlebars
const hbsOptions = {
	viewEngine: {
		extName: '.hbs',
		partialsDir: path.resolve('./src/lib/email_templates'),
		defaultLayout: false
	viewPath: path.resolve('./src/lib/email_templates'),
	extName: '.hbs'

transporter.use('compile', nodemailerHbs(hbsOptions))

This works fine on my dev server, and worked fine on Netlify until recently.

Now when my app tries to send emails, I get an error:
ERROR Error sending email: [Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/var/task/src/lib/email_templates/orderConfirmation.hbs'] { errno: -2, code: 'ENOENT', syscall: 'open', path: '/var/task/src/lib/email_templates/orderConfirmation.hbs' }
This happens for every email template. I haven’t changed this code or my file structure since it last worked. The only thing that has changed has been some updates to the Astro Netlify adapter.

Any ideas?

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