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kmorrison@Karls-MacBook-Pro ~ $ xcode-select --install
xcode-select: error: command line tools are already installed, use "Software Update" to install updates
kmorrison@Karls-MacBook-Pro ~ $ xcode
-bash: xcode: command not found

How do I open Xcode?

  • Install Xcode and try open -a xcode or open -b com.apple.dt.Xcode... ;-) – klanomath Jun 26 '17 at 14:03
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Xcode is an app in /Applications — there's no CLI tool called xcode.

  • For the GUI application, launch it from the Applications folder or with open -a Xcode.
  • For the CLI build tool, it's called xcodebuild.
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Have you even downloaded Xcode IDE? The install should give you an option to open it.

If you already have it installed, try CMD+SPACE and search for "Xcode".

All you have installed is a command line tools package that is separate from the actual IDE.

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