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Ok so! I search the file latexindent. The command typpe latexindent given me latexindent is /Library/TeX/texbin/latexindent.

I execute find /Library/TeX/texbin/ -name "*latexindent*" but I don't have any result. So ok! I goinge to /Library/TeX/texbin/ and execute ls *latexindent* for checking if file exists with this name. My ls is an alias of ls -G and ok, the file exist, and I see it.

Except that ! If I run find / -name "*latexindent*" or find /Library/TeX/texbin/ -name "*latexindent*" I don't have any result ! But, if I am inside /Library/TeX/texbin/ and run find . -name "*latexindent*" I see ./latexindent

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  • Please post text (in code format) rather than images. Also, without more info it's impossible to tell what is going on. What is the file's actual name? Does find /Library/TeX/texbin -name "*latexind*" find it? How about ls /Library/TeX/texbin/latexindent? Also, it looks like you've redefined ls -- do any of the answers change if you use /bin/ls instead? – Gordon Davisson Mar 16 at 4:37
  • Thank's for your comment. I update my post. – The33Coder Mar 16 at 7:04
  • Can you please run all the commands in Terminal, copy/paste the whole Terminal session (the commands and their output) into your question and apply code formatting (the {} icon on top of the edit screen) to the whole block? The issue may well be some small typo or such, we only see this if you copy whatever your Terminal shows 1:1. – nohillside Mar 16 at 7:37
  • Also, /Library/TeX/texbin probably is a symlink, pointing to a whole forest of further symlinks :-) – nohillside Mar 16 at 7:43
  • @nohillside Yes ! That it's :) – The33Coder Mar 16 at 8:29

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