I am looking for a way to find an app's location on the system from the command line using its bundle identifier. I can open it like this:
open -b 'com.zerotier.ZeroTierOne'
... where com.zerotier.ZeroTierOne is my bundle ID, but what I want to do is locate where the app is actually installed. I want a command that will return (for example):
in response to a query by identifier 'com.zerotier.ZeroTierOne'.
The "-R" option to open will reveal in finder but I want this to be completely non-interactive and done via a shell script.