Open Current Directory in Finder using Mac Terminal


If you are on the Mac Terminal and you want to open the current directory that you are in using Finder, all you need to do is type in command open followed by a dot.

Example:
% pwd
/Users/code2care/Public/Drop Box

% open .
Open Current Terminal Directory in Finder Mac

As you can see I did a pwd to display my current location and when I executed open ., that same location got opened up in Finder.

Demo Open Current Directory in Finder using Terminal Command

open command work so all shells zsh, bash, sh



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