I was wondering if there is a built-in command in Bash (or even something OSX-specific) that would display the fully resolved path of a script that is in the current
PATH environment variable.
For example, my
PATH currently looks like this:
>: echo $PATH | tr ":" "\n" /usr/bin /bin /usr/sbin /sbin /usr/local/bin /opt/X11/bin /Users/Josh/Dropbox/Scripts/Bash /Users/Josh/Dropbox/Tools/WinRAR/OSX
And there's a script in Dropbox called
get-azurelogs.sh. That path is in my
PATH variable for convenience, but if I wanted to display the complete path to that script, assuming I wasn't sure where it was, is there an simple one-liner way to display the fully resolved path instead of testing it at each of the directories above?