A defining difference between macOS and iOS, the command line depends on constancy of file names, and consistency of paths. iCloud breaks both, as well as Finder aliases.
Illustrated workthrough with Desktop & Documents Folders option turned on, showing file layouts in the GUI and file system. And a new version of Cirrus to do it with.
A detailed look at the presentation of folders and files in the Finder, GUI, Terminal, and FileManager in different iCloud options.
New version 1.2 also scans Mach-O files like command tools and dylibs, to check if they are still 32-bit. The only complete check available.
Create a Finder alias from the command line, and resolve them to full paths – a new free command tool, with source.
Here’s a tool which lets AppleScript and anything else which can run a shell command make an entry in Sierra’s logs.
How to run a shell command with root privileges from with Swift. The roundabout way.
Did Marco Marsala really wipe his complete company out with an error in a command?
How can I undo Terminal commands?
How can I use the sudo command from a non-admin user account?