Bash script - coverage.txt file not found: No such file or directory

See also: https://github.com/codecov/codecov-bash/issues/322

Description

The bash script is not locating the coverage file for our iOS app. It seems to be adding a /g to our app name.

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CircleCI

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Codecov Output

==> Circle CI detected.
    project root: .
    Yaml found at: codecov.yml
==> Processing Xcode reports via llvm-cov
    DerivedData folder: /Users/distiller/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData
    hint Speed up Swift processing by using use -J 'AppName' (regexp accepted)
    hint This will remove Pods/ from your report. Also https://docs.codecov.io/docs/ignoring-paths
    + Building reports for Dr Bill app
/dev/fd/63: line 221: Dr/gBill.app.coverage.txt: No such file or directory
    x> llvm-cov failed to produce results for /Users/distiller/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/Dr._Bill-echlvjmpttqcmgfbphzwpighqnco/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/Dr Bill.app/Dr Bill
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Hi @robmaceachern, I’ve made this PR which should hopefully fix the issue. Thanks for bringing this up to us, and I’ll get this merged and deployed as soon as possible.

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Thanks @tom. Do you have an approximate timeline for when this will be deployed?

Hi @robmaceachern, sorry for the delay here, we expect to deploy by end of this week. I’ll ping here when it’s been done.

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Hi @tom. I’m not sure if the changes have been deployed yet but we’re still having issues.

@robmaceachern, apologies we’re running into some issues on our end, we are working on deploying asap

@robmaceachern, sorry for the delay here. The deploy has been made, thanks for your patience.

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