When working with the terminal it’s sometimes required to open your current working directory in finder. While, to my annoyance, opening finder and navigating to the directory is of course possible some of us enjoy the quick and easy open command.
In terminal use the open command to open a directory. To open the current directory in finder you simply enter ‘.’ as your argument, where dot represents the current working directory.
You can of course open any directory you like:
Which would open a new window in finder pointing at your desktop. Or, for example, your sites folder:
An extremely handy tip to know.