xcrun: error: unable to find utility “instruments”, not a developer tool or in path
This error can occur if you try to run instruments from the command line without having the Xcode developer tools installed. The Xcode developer tools include the instrument’s utility, among other things.
To install the Xcode developer tools, open the Terminal and type “xcode-select –install”. This will prompt you to install the developer tools from Apple’s website. Once the download is finished, try running your instruments command again and it should work.
What is xcrun?
Xcrun is a command-line tool that allows you to run certain developer tools from the command line. In particular, it can be used to run the Instruments utility, which is used for performance profiling and debugging.
If you get the “xcrun: error: unable to find utility ‘instruments’, not a developer tool or in path” error, it means that the xcrun tool could not find the Instruments utility. This is usually because you do not have the Xcode developer tools installed on your computer.
To fix this, you will need to install the Xcode developer tools. The easiest way to do this is to install Xcode from the App Store. Once Xcode is installed, you should be able to run the Instruments utility without any problems.
What is the error?
The error message xcrun error unable to find utility instruments not a developer tool or in path is displayed when trying to use the Xcode command line tools. This can happen if the command line tools are not installed, or if they are not in the PATH.
The Xcode command line tools are required for many development tasks, such as building projects and running tests. If you see this error message, it means that the command line tools are not installed or are not in the PATH.
There are two ways to fix this problem:
-Install the Xcode command line tools.
-Add the command line tools to the PATH.
How to fix the error?
The error xcrun error unable to find utility instruments not a developer tool or in path often indicates that the Xcode Command Line Tools are not installed on your computer.
To fix this error, you need to install the Xcode Command Line Tools. You can do this by running the following command in the Terminal:
There are a few things that can cause this error, but the most common is that you don’t have the Xcode Command Line Tools installed. To install them, open Xcode and go to Preferences > Downloads > Components and click Install for the Command Line Tools entry.